Posted by **Kevin** on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 11:51pm.

Prof. C is studying a population of the elementary school pupils in a school district with data on all its children. Another prof. suggests he calculate a confidence interval to estimate the mean age of the children. Prof C responds that it is not necessary. Explain why Prof. C is correct.

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