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A A sample of 400 observations taken from a population

a. A sample of 400 observations taken from a population produced a sample mean equal to 92.45 and a standard deviation equal to 12.20. Make a 98% confidence interval for µ

b. Another sample of 400 observations taken from the same population produced a sample mean equal to 91.75 and a standard deviation equal to 14.50. Make a 98% confidence interval for µ

c. A third sample of 400 observations taken from the same population produced a sample mean equal to 89.63 and a standard deviation equal to 13.40. Make a 98% confidence interval for µ

d. The true population mean for this population is 90.65. Which of the confidence intervals constructed in parts a through c cover this population means and which do not?

b. Another sample of 400 observations taken from the same population produced a sample mean equal to 91.75 and a standard deviation equal to 14.50. Make a 98% confidence interval for µ

c. A third sample of 400 observations taken from the same population produced a sample mean equal to 89.63 and a standard deviation equal to 13.40. Make a 98% confidence interval for µ

d. The true population mean for this population is 90.65. Which of the confidence intervals constructed in parts a through c cover this population means and which do not?

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