# Statistics

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For two normal distributions with the same mean, but different standard deviations, the 95% confidence interval will be:

(a) The same for both distributions
(b) Larger for the distribution with the smaller standard deviation
(c) Smaller for the distribution with the smaller standard deviation

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The standard normal distribution is the normal distribution with a mean of zero and a variance of one. So I would say C

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