# (solved)Hello I need to see the work and formulas please Question 5 What is the estimated 95% confidence interval (CI) of the difference in proportions. . . . .

Hello I need to see the work and formulas pleaseQuestion 5What is the estimated 95% confidence interval (CI) of the difference in proportions between schoolchildren and adults developing nausea and vomiting following holiday parties? Assign groups 1 and 2 to be schoolchildren and adults, respectively.Please note the following: 1) in practice, you as the analyst decide how to assign groups 1 and 2 and subsequently interpret the results appropriately in the context of the data, though for the purposes of this exercise the groups are assigned for you; 2) 0 and 1 are defined as no and yes, respectively, which is a typical coding scheme in Public Health; 3) you might calculate a CI that is different from any of the multiple choice options listed below due to rounding differences, therefore select the closest match; and 4) you may copy and paste the data into Excel to facilitate analysis. Table 1. SchoolchildrenNausea andVomiting?1020                Table 2. Adults31     SubjectNausea and Vomiting?41__________1051__________2061__________3070__________4181__________5091_________61100________70111________81121________90130_______100140_______110151_______121160_______130170_______140181_______151191_______161200_______171211221231Select one: a. -0.1105 to 0.5044 b. -0.1182 to 0.4691 c. -0.0978 to 0.5825 d. -0.1282 to 0.5598Question 6What is the estimated 95% confidence interval (CI) of the average difference in blood vitamin D levels between short sleeve shirt and tank top attire amongst US landscapers in ng/mL?Please note the following: 1) in practice, you as the analyst decide how to calculate the difference in vitamin D levels between time points for a given study participant, and subsequently interpret the aggregated results appropriately in the context of the data, though for the purposes of this exercise the difference is assigned for you as follows. Define the difference as the second minus the first time points, which is common practice, since the plus or minus sign of the resulting difference reflects any change over sequential time; 2) you might calculate a CI that is different from any of the multiple choice options listed below due to rounding differences, therefore select the closest match; 3) ensure you use either the large or small sample CI formula as appropriate; and 4) you may copy and paste the data into Excel to facilitate analysis.TableSubjectTime Point 1, Shirts _____Time Point 2, Tank TopsVitamin D (ng/mL) _____Vitamin D (ng/mL)141.889________52.420248.844________60.832346.112________59.230434.895_______67.811548.352_______45.549649.448________54.457756.280________60.167842.598_______55.420945.568_______51.8161052.146_____52.5431161.125______52.8741256.393______50.7701339.190______58.3231453.777______44.1381554.834______61.0881657.670______51.0841750.544______57.4021861.819______57.7031951.697______63.3572057.556______56.468Select one: a. 0.21 to 9.08 ng/mL b. 0.20 to 9.43 ng/mL c. 0.23 to 11.03 ng/mL d. 0.24 to 10.03 ng/mL