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This part of your analysis looks at condos that

do NOT have a river view and have PMI. Find the appropriate variable in the data set. (You may have to widen the columns to see the entire variable name. To do so, click on the vertical line between the two variable names and drag it to make the column wider. Repeat as necessary.) To check if the sampling distribution is normal, which of the following would you check? Pick the BEST choice. 

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That n pˆ≥10 and n(1−ˆp) ≥10

NOT have a river view and have PM = total not of view P =19 =0.475

total count 40


Compute the 82% confidence interval for the proportion of those condos without a river view that have PMI. If you don't have enough information to compute the confidence interval, enter "DNE" in both boxes below.


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Compute the 87% confidence interval for the proportion of those condos without a river view that have PMI. If you don't have enough information to compute the confidence interval, enter "DNE" in both boxes below.


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For the 86% confidence interval, compute the margin of error. If you don't have enough information to compute the margin of error, enter "DNE" in the box below.


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