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A survey found that 39 of 66 people who don't drink coffee often have trouble sleeping and 44 of 88 coffee drinkers often have trouble sleeping. Construct a 95% confidence interval to determine whether there is a difference between the proportion of noncoffee drinkers who have trouble sleeping and the proportion of coffee drinkers who have trouble sleeping.

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