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August 11th, 2008, 05:43 AM  #1 
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I have an event that happens with unknown probability p. Each of n independent events results in k of these events happening: a binomial distribution. How do I construct a (95%) confidence interval for p? Is there a good standard way to do this? Surely someone's needed to do this before. 

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