## g They found that three-quarters of schools teaching grades 7-12 do not have computer science classes that teach coding. Their margin of er

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g They found that three-quarters of schools teaching grades 7-12 do not have computer science classes that teach coding. Their margin of error for estimating the proportion of schools that teach coding was 0.03. What does that margin of error represent

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1. Answer: The margin of error represents that the sample proportion falls within 0.03 of the population proportion of schools teaching coding.

Step-by-step explanation:

We know that the margin of error gives a range of values of the sample proportion is within the population proportion
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Given : of schools teaching grades 7-12 do not have computer science classes that teach coding.

i.e. the sample proportion of schools teaching grades 7-12 do not have computer science classes that teach coding is 0.75.

If their margin of error for estimating the proportion of schools that teach coding was 0.03.

Then , it represents that the sample proportion falls within 0.03 of the population proportion of schools teaching coding.