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According to a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) study, a cup of coffee contains an average of 115 milligrams (mg) of caffeine, with the amount per cup ranging from 60 to 180 mg. Suppose you want to repeat the FDA experiment in order to obtain an estimate of the mean caffeine content in a cup of coffee correct to within 5 mg with 95% confidence. How many cups of coffee would have to be included in your sample?


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