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anonymous
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A popular claim, nicknamed “freshman fifteen,” states that many college students gain weight in their freshman year. You are given the 95% confidence interval as 55.9% < p < 78.4%. Correctly interpret the interval.
A.
95% of sample college freshmen who gain weight will fall between 55.9% and 78.4%.
B.
We are 95% confident that the interval from 55.9% to 78.4% actually does contain the true percentage of college freshmen who gain weight.
C.
We are confident that 95% of college freshmen who gain weight gain 55.9% to 78.4% of the weight of al
anonymous
 one year ago
i really need help !!!!!!!!fan and medal!!!! A popular claim, nicknamed “freshman fifteen,” states that many college students gain weight in their freshman year. You are given the 95% confidence interval as 55.9% < p < 78.4%. Correctly interpret the interval. A. 95% of sample college freshmen who gain weight will fall between 55.9% and 78.4%. B. We are 95% confident that the interval from 55.9% to 78.4% actually does contain the true percentage of college freshmen who gain weight. C. We are confident that 95% of college freshmen who gain weight gain 55.9% to 78.4% of the weight of al

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0D.There is a 95% chance that the true percentage of college freshmen who gain weight is between 55.9% and 78.4%.
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