5. Based on this sample, what is your estimate, with 90% confidence, of the true population percent of adults who had systolic blood pressure of 140 or above and also had heart disease in 1950?
6. A diastolic blood pressure level of less than 80 is normal, from 80-89 is considered borderline high, and 90 or above is high. Is there a difference between the percent of people with normal or borderline diastolic blood pressure (89 or less) who have heart disease, and the percent of people with high diastolic blood pressure who have heart disease?
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