# Question: For a population 46 and 10 a

For a population, µ = 46 and σ = 10.

a. For a sample selected from this population, and Find the sample size. µ = 46 and σ = 2.0.

Assume n/N < .05.

b. For a sample selected from this population, and Find the sample size. µ = 46 and σ = 1.6.

Assume n/N < .05.

a. For a sample selected from this population, and Find the sample size. µ = 46 and σ = 2.0.

Assume n/N < .05.

b. For a sample selected from this population, and Find the sample size. µ = 46 and σ = 1.6.

Assume n/N < .05.

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