Don and Eric select independent random samples

from the same population. Their sample

sizes are different. Don uses his data to compute

ab% condence interval forp. Eric uses

his data to computec% andd% condence intervals

forp. The exact values ofb; c, and

dare unimportant, but you need to know that

b .

As a result of their computations, Don and

Eric have three lower bounds and three upper

bounds. Unfortunately, these six numbers became

mixed up; their sorted values are below.

0:63 0:65 0:69 0:70 0:71 0:72

Given that 0.65 is one of the lower bounds and

0.69 is one of the upper bounds, reconstruct the

three condence intervals and match each interval

with its condence level

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