A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective.
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Suppose a sample of 884 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 88 were defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks that are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places.
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A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are...
A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2: Suppose a sample of 338 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 318 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places. A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective....
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A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2 : Suppose a sample of 5733 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 4988 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places.
A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2 : Suppose a sample of 863 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 717 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places.
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A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2: Suppose a sample of 5733 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 4988 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places
A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2: Suppose a sample of 625 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 538 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places. Step 2 of 2: Suppose a sample of 625 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 538...
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A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2: Suppose a sample of 985 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 917 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places. Step 2 of 2: Suppose a sample of 985 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 917...
A quality-conscious disk manufacturer wishes to know the fraction of disks his company makes which are defective. Step 1 of 2: Suppose a sample of 1015 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 863 were not defective. Using the data, estimate the proportion of disks which are defective. Enter your answer as a fraction or a decimal number rounded to three decimal places. Step 2 of 2: Suppose a sample of 1015 floppy disks is drawn. Of these disks, 863...