23. George enjoys throwing horse shoes. Last weekhe tossed 150 shoes and obtained 36 ringers. (Ringers are good.) Next week he plans to throw 250 shoes. Assume that Georgeâ€™s tosses satisfy the assumptions of Bernoulli trials.
(a) Calculate the point prediction of the number of ringers that George will obtain next week.
(b) Calculate the 90% prediction interval forthe number of ringers George will obtain next week.
(c) It turns out that next week George obtains62 ringers. Given this information, comment on your answers in parts (a) and (b).