You need to use the central limit theorem to determine the confidence interval for population proportion p such that:

`(hatp - 1.96sqrt(hatp(1-hatp)/n) ,hatp+ 1.96sqrt(hatp(1-hatp)/n)) `

You need to evaluate `hatp` such that:

`hatp = 46/97 = 0.474`

`1 - hatp = 1 - 0.474 = 0.526`

`hatp(1 - hatp )/n =...

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You need to use the central limit theorem to determine the confidence interval for population proportion p such that:

`(hatp - 1.96sqrt(hatp(1-hatp)/n) ,hatp+ 1.96sqrt(hatp(1-hatp)/n)) `

You need to evaluate `hatp` such that:

`hatp = 46/97 = 0.474`

`1 - hatp = 1 - 0.474 = 0.526`

`hatp(1 - hatp )/n = 0.0025 =gt sqrt (hatp(1 - hatp )/n) = 0.050`

`1.96*sqrt (hatp(1 - hatp )/n) = 0.098`

`hatp - 1.96*sqrt (hatp(1 - hatp )/n) = 0.474 - 0.098 = 0.376`

`hatp+ 1.96*sqrt (hatp(1 - hatp )/n) = 0.474 - 0.098 = 0.572`

**Hence, evaluating the confidence interval for the population proportion p yields `(0.376 , 0.572).` **