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# It has been estimated that 34% of all university students switch majors within their first two...

It has been estimated that 34% of all university students switch majors within their first two years of starting classes. If a random sample of 380 third-year students is taken at a city university, what is an estimate of the probability that 28% or less had switched majors within their first two years? Use Appendix B.1 for the z-values. (Round the z-value to 2 decimal places and the final answer to 4 decimal places.) Probability

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