Chapter 08, Section 8.3, Problem 041 Almost all employees working for financial companies in New York City receive large bonuses at the end of the year. A sample of 65 employees selected from financial companies in New York City showed that they received an average bonus of $51.000 last year with a standard deviation of $20.000. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the average bonus that all employees working for financial companies in New York City received last year. Round your answers to cents. to $

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Chapter 08, Section 8.3, Problem 041

 
Chapter 08, Section 8.3, Problem 041
Almost all employees working for financial companies in New York City receive large bonuses at the end of the year. A sample of 65 employees selected from financial companies in New York City showed that they received an
average bonus of $51.000 last year with a standard deviation of $20.000. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the average bonus that all employees working for financial companies in New York City received last year.
Round your answers to cents.
to $
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Chapter 08, Section 8.3, Problem 041 Almost all employees working for financial companies in New York City receive large bonuses at the end of the year. A sample of 65 employees selected from financial companies in New York City showed that they received an average bonus of $51.000 last year with a standard deviation of $20.000. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the average bonus that all employees working for financial companies in New York City received last year. Round your answers to cents. to $

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