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Express the confidence interval (0.024, 0.112) in the form of p-hat – E < p < p-hat + E = __< p < __

I don't understand how to perform this formula. Please help I am about to graduate and this is my last class, and I am struggling as I only know basic Math! Please can some one help. Thank you

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