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In 2014, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published results from their National Health Interview Survey about circulatory diseases among American adults based on numerous characteristics. The table displays the percentage of adults in four age groups who have been diagnosed with heart disease and the sample sizes for each group.Age (years)Percentage with heart diseaseSample size18–444.3% 112,149,00045–6412.0% 82,605,00065–7424.6% 26,362,00075 and over35.0% 18,573,000What is the standard error (SE) and the margin of error (?) for a 95% confidence interval for the difference in proportion of adults ages 18–44 with heart disease and adults ages 65–74 with heart disease? Please give each of your answers with six decimal places of precision.

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In 2014, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published results from their National Health Interview Survey about circulatory diseases among American adults based on numerous characteristics. The table displays the percentage of adults in four age groups who have been diagnosed with heart disease and the sample sizes for each group.

Age (years) Percentage with heart disease Sample size
18–44 4.3%  112,149,000
45–64 12.0%  82,605,000
65–74 24.6%  26,362,000
75 and over 35.0%  18,573,000

What is the standard error (SE) and the margin of error (?) for a 95% confidence interval for the difference in proportion of adults ages 18–44 with heart disease and adults ages 65–74 with heart disease? Please give each of your answers with six decimal places of precision.

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