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anonymous
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Two studies were completed in Georgia. One study in northern Georgia involved 3,000 patients; 84% of them experienced flulike symptoms during the month of December. The other study, in southern Georgia, involved 2,000 patients; 75% of them experienced flulike symptoms during the same month. Which study has the smallest margin of error for a 99% confidence interval? Answer choices: - The northern Georgia study with a margin of error of 2.5%. - The southern Georgia study with a margin of error of 2.5%. - The northern Georgia study with a margin of error of 1.7%. - The southern Georgia study with a margin of error of 1.7%.
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anonymous
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Thank you!!
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No problem hun
CBARREDO1
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The northern Georgia study with a margin of error of 1.7%.

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