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A study conducted in the multicultural Spanish city of Ceuta investigated the relationship between religion and the prevalence of eating disorders. Students aged 12-20 were selected from three public schools. In the study, suppose there were 150 Muslim students and 46 were diagnosed with eating disorders. Of the 200 Christian students, 17% were diagnosed the same way.

Based on your interval, are you convinced that there is a true difference when comparing rates between the religions? Explain.

Solution

VerifiedThe confidence interval in the previous part of this exercise does not contain $0$, which indicates that the two groups were different and thus there is sufficient evidence to support the claim that there is a difference when comparing rates between the religions.

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