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posted by Mary .
1000 scientists create 95% confidence intervals for parameters of interest. If they all compute the confidence intervals correctly, how many of the intervals would we expect to contain the true population parameter?
A. 950
B. 0
C. 95
D. 1000

I would hope at least 950 of them get it.
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