Determine whether the situation involves comparing proportions for two groups or comparing two proportions from a single group. Then state whether the

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Determine whether the situation involves comparing proportions for two groups or comparing two proportions from a single group. Then state whether the parameter of interest is in population proportions. For a population of all LCCC students, we would like to compare the proportion of students who use a Windows-based PC to the proportion who use a Mac. This situation involves ? and the parameter of interest is ? For a population of all registered voters in the United States, we would like to compare the males who voted in the last election to the proportion of females who voted in the last election. This situation involves ? and the parameter of interest is ?
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Answered 2021-03-07 Author has 98 answers
(1) In case of LCCC students The situation envolves comparing proportions for two groups and the parameter of Interest is diference in population proportion. (2) In case of voters in US The situation envolves comparing proportions for two groups and the parameter of Interest is diference in population proportion.
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