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4. Rours et al. (2005) collected urine specimens from 750 asymptomatic pregnant women in Rotterdam, Netherlands, to estimate the prevalence of chlamydia among the corre- sponding population. Of the 750 specimens, 48 tested positive for the disease. Using this information, answer the following: (a) Describe the assumptions that would be needed in order to use one binomial distribution for the sample. (b) Presuming the assumptions in part (a) are satisfied, find a confidence interval to estimate the prevalence of chlamydia. Use the most appropriate confidence interval procedure for this problem, and interpret the results.
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