A newspaper reported on the results of an opinion poll in which adults were asked what one thing they are most likely to do when they are home sick with a cold or the flu. In the survey, 64% said that they are most likely to sleep and 16% said that they would watch television. Although the sample size was not reported, typically opinion polls include approximately 1,000 randomly selected respondents. a. Assuming a sample size of 1,000 for this poll, construct a 95% confidence interval for the true percentage of all adults who would choose to sleep when they are at home sick The 95% confidence interval is (Round to the nearest hundredth as needed.) frec Enter your answer in the edit fields and then click Check Answer 1 part remaining Chenk Answer Clear Al arnmissions /contact E Priv Pearson EdurcatioioJnc AlIaiaats resen/ad Convria a to search

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A newspaper reported on the results of an opinion poll in which adults were asked what one thing they are most likely to do when they are home sick with a cold or the
flu. In the survey, 64% said that they are most likely to sleep and 16% said that they would watch television. Although the sample size was not reported, typically
opinion polls include approximately 1,000 randomly selected respondents.
a. Assuming a sample size of 1,000 for this poll, construct a 95% confidence interval for the true percentage of all adults who would choose to sleep when they are at
home
sick
The 95% confidence interval is
(Round to the nearest hundredth as needed.)
frec
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A newspaper reported on the results of an opinion poll in which adults were asked what one thing they are most likely to do when they are home sick with a cold or the flu. In the survey, 64% said that they are most likely to sleep and 16% said that they would watch television. Although the sample size was not reported, typically opinion polls include approximately 1,000 randomly selected respondents. a. Assuming a sample size of 1,000 for this poll, construct a 95% confidence interval for the true percentage of all adults who would choose to sleep when they are at home sick The 95% confidence interval is (Round to the nearest hundredth as needed.) frec Enter your answer in the edit fields and then click Check Answer 1 part remaining Chenk Answer Clear Al arnmissions /contact E Priv Pearson EdurcatioioJnc AlIaiaats resen/ad Convria a to search

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