A management professor was in the process of investigating the relationship between education and managerial level achieved. The source of his data was a survey of 385 CEOs of medium and large companies. He discovered that there was only 1 CEO who did not have at least one university degree. Estimate (using a Wilson estimator) with 99% confidence the proportion of CEOs of medium and large companies with no university degrees.
Answer to relevant QuestionsA national survey conducted by Pew Research asked a random sample of 974 American adults how they felt about doing their taxes. The responses are: 1 = Love it, 2 = Like it, 3 = Neither like nor dislike it, 4 = Dislike it, 5 ...Refer to Exercise 12.112. Do the data allow us to conclude that more than 90% of all business students would rate it as at least adequate?Are you employed by the federal, state, or local government, or by a private employer (WRK-GOVT)? 1 = Government, 2 = Private. Estimate with 90% confidence the number of Americans who work for government.Estimate with 95% confidence the number of American adults in 2012 who finished high school only (DEGREE: 0 = Left high school, 1 = High school, 2 = Junior college, 3 = Bachelor’s degree, 4 = Graduate degree) A California university is investigating expanding its evening programs. It wants to target people between 25 and 55 years old who have completed high school but did not complete college or university. To help determine the ...
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