# Question

Repeat Exercise 9.7 with n = 25.

A sample of n = 16 observations is drawn from a normal population with µ = 1,000 and σ = 200. Find the following.

a. P (x̄ > 1,050)

b. P (x̄ < 960)

c. P (x̄ > 1,100)

A sample of n = 16 observations is drawn from a normal population with µ = 1,000 and σ = 200. Find the following.

a. P (x̄ > 1,050)

b. P (x̄ < 960)

c. P (x̄ > 1,100)

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