anonymous
  • anonymous
In a random sample of 85 people attending a workshop, 63 of the respondents said the workshop was useful. What is the sample proportion of the people who said the workshop was useful? A) 0.13 B.)0.48 C.)0.63 D.)0.74
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  • jamiebookeater
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dakid88
  • dakid88
D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is D. To calculate this, you must simply divide your p value (your value of successful outcomes which in this case is 63) by your n value (your total sample size).
rachida
  • rachida
the total number of population =85 the number of the respondents said the workshop was useful=63 the sample proportion of the people who said the workshop was useful=63/85 = 0.74

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