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The 1991 publication of the book Final Exit, which includes chapters on doctor-assisted suicide, caused a great deal of controversy in the medical community. The Society for the Right to Die and the American Medical Association quoted very different figures regarding the proportion of primary-care physicians who have participated in some form of doctor-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients (USA Today, July 1991). Suppose that a survey of physicians is to be designed to estimate this proportion to within .05 with 95% confidence. How many primary-care physicians should be included in the random sample?


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