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A sample of 53 nightschool students' ages is obtained in order to estimate the mean age of nightschool students. = 25.7 years. The population variance is 12.
(a) Give a point estimate for mu.
(b) Find the 95% confidence interval for mu (lower and upper limit).
(c) Find the 99% confidence interval for mu (lower and upper limit).
For (b) I ended up with 22.47 and 28.93 and for (c) I ended up with 21.45 and 29.95.
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