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# Quiz Nineteen : Simulated Confidence Interval for One Proportion In a random sample of 1000 American adults , it was found that 18. 2% played board...

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Quiz Nineteen : Simulated Confidence Interval for One ProportionIn a random sample of 1000 American adults , it was found that 18. 2% played board games inthe past year . We want to use this to estimate the proportion of all American adults who playedboard games in the past year .Probability of heads :\10. 5Number of tosses :&quot;1000~ Summary StatsNumber of repetitions :\1000[ Mean = 0. 500SD = 0. 018~ AnimateDraw Samples.. &quot; &quot; ! ! ! !!\11/11%18 &quot;&quot; itil2Total = 1000. . . . &quot;.. .1/&quot; Number of heads{ Proportion of heads1. 1 1 ! ! !As extreme as =| ||Count*0.43 0.45 0. 48 0. 43 0. 43 2.50 0.52 0.53 0.55\Proportion of HEEIs1 .Construct a simulation based 95% confidence interval for the proportion of all adult.Americans who played board games this past year .2. Does this interval from question I suggest that fewer than 25% of adult Americans have*played board games this past year ?3 . Extra Credit . If there was a sample of 250 people ( instead of 1000 ) would the resultingconfidence interval be wider or narrower than the interval from question 1 . Explain yourreasoning .