GENERATE WORK

GENERATE WORK

**Input Data : **

Confidence Level = 90 %

Sample size (n) = 12

Frequency = 5

**Objective : **

Find what is population cofidence interval for given data?

**Formula **

population confidence interval = p ± cl√((pq)/n)

**Solution :**

p = frequencysample

p = 512

p = 0.4167

q = 1 - 0.4167

q = 0.5833

population cofidence interval = 0.4167 ± 1.65√((0.4167 x 0.5833)/12)

= 0.4167 ± 1.65√((0.2431)/12)

= 0.4167 ± 1.65√(0.0203)

= 0.4167 ± (1.65 x 0.1423)

= 0.4167 ± 0.2348

population cofidence interval = 0.1819, 0.6515

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