How can you compare the two confidence intervals

2022-04-18 Answered

How can you compare the two confidence intervals i.e 90% and 99%?

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A 99 percent confidence interval would be wider than a 95 percent confidence interval (for example, plus or minus 4.5 percent instead of 3.5 percent). A 90 percent confidence interval would be narrower (plus or minus 2.5 percent, for example).

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