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Consider random samples of size 86 drawn from population A with proportion 0.42 and random samples of size 60 drawn from population B with proportion...

Consider random samples of size 86 drawn from population A with proportion 0.42 and random samples of size 60 drawn from population B with proportion 0.16.



(a) Find the mean and standard error of the distribution of differences in sample proportions, p A - p B


Round your answer for the mean to two decimal places and your answer for the standard error to three decimal places.


mean =



standard error=





(b) Are the sample sizes large enough for the Central Limit Theorem to apply?






Yes

or


No

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mean = 0.260 standard error = 0.071 (b) Are... View the full answer

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Part-a Mean of pa-pb is =0.42-0.16=0.26 Combined proportion... View the full answer

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