# math

A market research company conducted a survey to find the level of affluence in a city. They defined the category "affluence" for males earning \$100,000 or more annually and for females earning \$80,000 or more annually. Out of 267 persons who replied to their survey, 32 are listed under this category.

The standard error of the sample proportion is __________.

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3. 👁 70
1. standard error of the sample=32/sqrt267=1.05

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