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When evaluating a report, Lance saw that 58% of the respondents to a survey think that the school year should be lengthened, while 42% think it should remain the same. The margin of error of the survey was ±10%. Which statement is true?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    a-The population proportion of those who think the school year should be lengthened is definitely greater than the proportion of those who think it should remain the same. b-The population proportion of those who think the school year should be lengthened is definitely less than the proportion of those who think it should remain the same. c-The population proportion of those who think the school year should be lengthened is definitely equal to the proportion of those who think it should remain the same. d-The population proportion of those who think the school year should be lengthened may or may not be less than the proportion of those who think it should remain the same.

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