# In Exercise 3.86 on page 204, we construct an interval estimate for mean penalty minutes given to NHL players in

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In Exercise 3.86 on page 204, we construct an interval estimate for mean penalty minutes given to NHL players in a season using data from players on the Ottawa Senators as our sample. Some percentiles from a bootstrap distribution of 1000 sample means are shown below. Use this information to find and interpret a 98% confidence interval for the mean penalty minutes of NHL players. Assume that the players on this team are a reasonable sample from the population of all players.

Exercise 3.86

Table 3.4 on page 174 shows the number of points scored and penalty minutes for 24 ice hockey players on the Ottawa Senators NHL team for the 2009€“2010 season. The data are also stored in OttawaSenators. Assume that we consider these players to be a sample of all NHL players.

Table 3.4

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Chapter # 3- Confidence Intervals
Section: Exercises
Problem: 101
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