# Calculating probability of sample proportion

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According to the Labor Department, in 2004, 14% of architects and engineers were women. Suppose a random sample of 50 architects and engineers is selected. How likely is it that the random sample contain five or fewer women in these positions.

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The solution gives detaield steps on calculating probability of sample proportion. All formula and calculations are shown and explained.

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First, we calculate phat=5/50=0.1.

Now we are given p=0,14. so ...

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