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A botanist wishes to estimate the typical number of seeds for a certain fruit. She samples 58 specimens and counts thenumber of seeds in each. Use her sample results (mean = 469, standard deviation = 15.3) to find the 95% confidenceinterval for the number of seeds for the species. Enter your answer as an open-interval (ie., parentheses) accurate to 3decimal places95% CI ::

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A botanist wishes to estimate the typical number of seeds for a certain fruit. She samples 58 specimens and counts the
number of seeds in each. Use her sample results (mean = 469, standard deviation = 15.3) to find the 95% confidence
interval for the number of seeds for the species. Enter your answer as an open-interval (ie., parentheses) accurate to 3
decimal places
95% CI ::
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A botanist wishes to estimate the typical number of seeds for a certain fruit. She samples 58 specimens and counts the number of seeds in each. Use her sample results (mean = 469, standard deviation = 15.3) to find the 95% confidence interval for the number of seeds for the species. Enter your answer as an open-interval (ie., parentheses) accurate to 3 decimal places 95% CI ::

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Given:

Sample Mean = 46.9

Sample Standard deviation = 15.3

n = 58

Note: Since the sample size is larger t...

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