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In Exercise 9.101, suppose the tool manufacturer has carried out the study, using the sample size determined in that exercise, and 39.0% of the machinery rebuilding and repairing companies are interested in the new tool design. Construct and interpret the 95% confidence interval for the population percentage.
In exercise
There are 1254 machinery rebuilding and repairing companies in the United States. A tool manufacturer wishes to survey a simple random sample of these firms to find out what proportion of them are interested in a new tool design. If the tool manufacturer would like to be 95% confident that the sample proportion is within 0.01 of the actual population proportion, how many machinery rebuilding and repairing companies should be included in the sample?


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