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# An experimenter fed different rations, A and B, to two groups of 100 chicks each. Assume that all factors other than rations are the same for both...

An experimenter fed different rations, A and B, to two groups of 100 chicks each. Assume that all factors other than rations are the same for both groups. Of the  ration A, 13 died, and of the chicks fed ration B, 6 died.

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pA=
pB= 0.13
0.06 nA
nB 100
100 CI = (Pa-Pb) +- z(a/2)*sqrt(pAqA/nA + pBqB/nB)
lower =(0.13-0.06)-2.33*SQRT((0.13*0.87/100)+(0.06*0.94/100))
-0.025927 upper...

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