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Confidence interval for mean and sample size
The first program let us know the conf. interval for a mean and error
mean ENTER desv ENTER n ENTER Zalfa/2 GSB 1 → interval limits in X and Y. Error in R0
Writing the new error and calling the second one, we'll get the new sample size
new error GSB 4 → new sample size
Lbls®s: LBL1 and LBL4. Reg I, 0,1
Example: mean 15200, desv 2250, sample size 100, confidence level 99% (Zalfa/2= 2.576)
15200 ENTER 2250 ENTER 100 ENTER 2.576 GSB 1 → X: 14620.4 Y: 15779.6 RCL 0: 579.6
and then 500 GSB 4 → 134.3745
LBL 1 STO I X⇔Y √x ÷ X⇔Y STO × I × STO 0 + X⇔Y RCL - 0 RTN LBL 4 RCL ÷ I 1/X x^{2} RTN
Confidence interval for proportion and sample size
They work exactly as the two of above but with different entry data:
proportion ENTER sample size ENTER Zalfa/2 GSB 2 → as above
new error GSB 5 → new sample size
Lbls®s: LBL 2, LBL 5. Reg I, 0, 1
Example: proportion 0.75, sample size 120, confidence level 95% (Zalfa/2= 1.96)
0.75 ENTER 120 ENTER 1,96 GSB 2 → x: 0.6725 y: 08275 RCL 0: 0.0775
and then 0.05 GSB 5 → 288.12
LBL 2 1 R↑ STO 1 - LST X × STO I R↑ ÷ √x X⇔Y × LST X x^{2} STO × I R↓ STO 0 RCL 1 RCL + 0 RCL 1 RCL - 0 RTN LBL 5 x^{2} RCL ÷ I 1/X RTN
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