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Homework Help: Statistics

Posted by Melanie on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 7:35am.

When estimating a population mean μ, where the population standard deviation σ is known, we can:
a. choose a larger z value, construct a wider confidence interval, and achieve a lower confidence level
b. choose a smaller z value, construct a narrower confidence interval, and achieve a higher confidence level
c. define the limits of an interval estimate of μ as x zα/2σ/√n
d. define the limits of an interval estimate of μ as x tα/25/n

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