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Analysis of Statistics Binomial Mound Shaped Distribution Statistical

It has been conjectured by the U.S. Census Bureau that "approximately 60% of foreign-born people who live in the U.S. are not naturalized citizens". Suppose that in a national random sample of 70 foreign-born people who live in the U.S. that exactly 32 of them are not naturalized citizens. Select the best answer below.

Choose one answer:
A. The percentage of foreign-born people who live in the U.S. and who are not naturalized citizens is overstated by the U.S. Census Bureau.
B. The percentage of foreign-born people who live in the U.S. and who are not naturalized citizens is not overstated by the U.S. Census Bureau.
C. Not enough information to answer the question.
D. None of these.

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It has been conjectured by the U.S. Census Bureau that "approximately 60% of foreign-born people who live in the U.S. are not naturalized citizens". Suppose that in a national random sample of 70 foreign-born people who live in the U.S. that exactly 32 of them are not naturalized citizens. Select the best answer below.
Choose one answer.
A. The percentage of foreign-born people who live in the ...

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An analysis of statistics binomial mound shaped distribution statistical analysis is examined.

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