Five hundred eighteen (518) homes in a certain southern California community are randomly surveyed to determine if they meet minimal earthquake preparedness recommendations. One hundred seventy-six (176) of the homes surveyed met the minimum recommendations for earthquake preparedness and 342 did not. Find the confidence interval at the 90% confidence level for the true population proportion of southern California community homes meeting at least the minimum recommendations for earthquake preparedness. (Round your answers to three decimal places

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Five hundred eighteen (518) homes in a certain southern California community are randomly surveyed to determine if they meet minimal earthquake preparedness recommendations. One hundred seventy-six (176) of the homes surveyed met the minimum recommendations for earthquake preparedness and 342 did not.

Find the confidence interval at the 90% confidence level for the true population proportion of southern California community homes meeting at least the minimum recommendations for earthquake preparedness. (Round your answers to three decimal places

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