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The degree to which democratic and nondemocratic countries attempt to control the news media was examined in the Journal of Peace Research (Nov. 1997). The article reported that 80% of all democratic regimes allow a free press. In contrast, 10% of all nondemocratic regimes allow a free press.
a. In a random sample of 50 democratic regimes, how many would you expect to allow a free press? Give a range that is highly likely to include the number of democratic regimes with a free press.
b. In a random sample of 50 nondemocratic regimes, how many would you expect to allow a free press? Give a range that is highly likely to include the number of nondemocratic regimes with a free press.


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