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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?

Round to the nearest person.

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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

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