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A consumer agency wants to estimate the proportion of all drivers who wear seat belts while driving. Assume that a preliminary study has shown that 76% of drivers wear seat belts while driving. How large should the sample size be so that the 99% confidence interval for the population proportion has a margin of error of .03?


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