# statistics

what is the z-score for a sample that has a sample mean of 6 based on a sample of 36 a population mean of 4 and a population std deviation of 3

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1. Z = (sample mean - pop. mean)/ SEm

SEm (Standard Error of the mean) = SD/√n

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