The results of a poll show that the percent of people who want a new restaurant is in the interval (62%, 88%) . There are 109,482 people in the city.

What is the interval for the number of people who are likely to want this restaurant in their city?

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Hev123
Jun 6, 2018

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If there are 109482 people in the city and 62% want the new restaurant, then \(109482*0.62\) would represent the number of individuals who would want the new restaurant in the city. Rounded to the nearest person, this equals \(67879\text{ people}\)

If there are 109482 people in the city and 88% want the new restaurant, then \(109482*0.88\) would represent the number of individuals who would want the new restaurant in the city. Rounded to the nearest person, this equals \(96344\text{ people}\).

The interval, then, would be \((67879,96344)\)

TheXSquaredFactor
Jun 6, 2018

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If there are 109482 people in the city and 62% want the new restaurant, then \(109482*0.62\) would represent the number of individuals who would want the new restaurant in the city. Rounded to the nearest person, this equals \(67879\text{ people}\)

If there are 109482 people in the city and 88% want the new restaurant, then \(109482*0.88\) would represent the number of individuals who would want the new restaurant in the city. Rounded to the nearest person, this equals \(96344\text{ people}\).

The interval, then, would be \((67879,96344)\)

TheXSquaredFactor
Jun 6, 2018