Let p be the population proportion for the following condition. Find the point estimates for p and q. In a survey of 1193 adults from country A, 382 said that they were not confident that the food they eat in country A is safe.
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Let p be the population proportion for the following condition. Find the point estimates for p and q. In a survey of 1193 adults from country A, 382 said that they were not confident that the food they eat in country A is safe.
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