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Suppose your sample is \(\large \{C, D\}\)
They gonna say no, so the percentage in favor is \(0\%\)

That is one extreme, can you guess the other extreme ?

A,B Say yes, so percent in favor is 100%... but not sure how to apply this to this question!

N=2 individuals would be AB, AC, AD, BC, BD and CD without replacement

so minimum = 0
maximum = 100
range = ?

100%?

i think so, if by range they mean max-min

Yes, i think they mean that.. Just wasn't sure how they meant it with their wording... but thanks!

looks good then

What if it were for 3 individuals?

you mean the sample contains 3 individuals, n = 3 ?

Yes

just work worst case and best case

worst case : 2 no, 1 yes
best case : 1 no, 2 yes

is it 50% and 50%?

nope, how did u get 50% ?

Oh wait....
sorry

first is 33%
2 = no
1 = yes, so

or am I off...

looks good!

33.33%

and second is 66 %

so it's 33.33% the answer

Looks good!

Thanks a bunch!

let us understand the key terms:
sample size, n
without replacement

http://studyzone.org/mtestprep/math8/g/probwithless.cfm