Paying for music downloads. If you use the Internet, have you ever paid to access or download music? This was one of the questions of interest in a recent Pew Internet and American Life Project Survey (Oct. 2010). In a representa- tive sample of 755 adults who use the Internet, 506 stated that they have paid to download music. Let p represent the true proportion of all Internet-using adults who have paid to download music. do 001

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Paying for music downloads. If you use the Internet, have
you ever paid to access or download music? This was one
of the questions of interest in a recent Pew Internet and
American Life Project Survey (Oct. 2010). In a representa-
tive sample of 755 adults who use the Internet, 506 stated
that they have paid to download music. Let p represent the
true proportion of all Internet-using adults who have paid
to download music.
do 001
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Paying for music downloads. If you use the Internet, have you ever paid to access or download music? This was one of the questions of interest in a recent Pew Internet and American Life Project Survey (Oct. 2010). In a representa- tive sample of 755 adults who use the Internet, 506 stated that they have paid to download music. Let p represent the true proportion of all Internet-using adults who have paid to download music. do 001

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