5. Budget lapsing occurs when unspent funds do not carry over from one budgetingperiod to the next. Because budget lapsing often leads to a spike in expenditures at theend of the fiscal year, the researchers recorded expenses per full-time equivalentemployee for each in a sample of 1,751 army hospitals. The sample yielded the followingsummary statistics: x $6,563 and s $2,484. Estimate the mean expenses for full-timeequivalent employee of all US army hospitals using a 90% confidence interval. Interpretthe result.

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5. Budget lapsing occurs when unspent funds do not carry over from one budgeting
period to the next. Because budget lapsing often leads to a spike in expenditures at the
end of the fiscal year, the researchers recorded expenses per full-time equivalent
employee for each in a sample of 1,751 army hospitals. The sample yielded the following
summary statistics: x $6,563 and s $2,484. Estimate the mean expenses for full-time
equivalent employee of all US army hospitals using a 90% confidence interval. Interpret
the result.
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5. Budget lapsing occurs when unspent funds do not carry over from one budgeting period to the next. Because budget lapsing often leads to a spike in expenditures at the end of the fiscal year, the researchers recorded expenses per full-time equivalent employee for each in a sample of 1,751 army hospitals. The sample yielded the following summary statistics: x $6,563 and s $2,484. Estimate the mean expenses for full-time equivalent employee of all US army hospitals using a 90% confidence interval. Interpret the result.

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