Computing sample proportion

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Suppose you conduct survey asking people if they support something or if they like some product or if they watch some TV-show.

- total number of people who participated in the survey (sample size),

- numbers of people who answered "yes" to the given question.

Calculate sample proportion and then calculate Margin of Error for Population Proportion and write down confidence interval for population proportion.

Apply confidence level 95% (z c = 1.960).

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