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# Question 6

Most married couples have two or three personality preferences in common. A random sample

of 380 married couples found that 132 had three preferences in common. Another random sample of 568 couples showed that 238 had two personality preferences in common. Let *p*_{1} be the population proportion of all married couples who have three personality preferences in common. Let *p*_{2} be the population proportion of all married couples who have two personality preferences in common.

(a) Find a 95% confidence interval for *p*_{1} - *p*_{2}. (Use 3 decimal places.)

lower limit-____________

upper limit___________

Question 5

A random sample of 372 married couples found that 300 had two or more personality preferences in common. In another random sample of 556 married couples, it was found that only 26 had no preferences in common. Let *p*_{1} be the population proportion of all married couples who have two or more personality preferences in common. Let *p*_{2} be the population proportion of all married couples who have no personality preferences in common.

(a) Find a 95% confidence interval for *p*_{1} - *p*_{2}. (Use 3 decimal places.)

lower limit ____________

upper limit ____________

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Question 6 95% Confidence Interval P 1 - P 2 X 1 =132, n = 380, x 2 = 238, n 2 = 568 p 1 =132/380 =0.347 p 2 =238/568 =... View the full answer

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