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1.

For a population with a mean of μ= 50 and a standard  deviation of σ= 10, compute the standard error of the mean for each of he following:

n = 16          Answer:

n = 25          Answer:

2.

For a population with a mean of μ= 50 and a standard  deviation of σ= 10, compute the z-score using the previous question's standard error of the mean.

n = 16          Answer:

n = 25          Answer:

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