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Compare the sample mean (3.25) for these drinking data to the population mean (µ = 3.00; σ = 0.75). Does this sample do a good job representing the population mean? Why or why not? A) Yes because it is more than one standard deviation from the population mean B) Yes because it is less than one standard deviation from the population mean C) No because it is more than one standard deviation from the population mean D) No because it is less than one standard deviation from the population mean

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Compare the sample mean (3.25) for these drinking data to the population mean (µ = 3.00; σ = 0.75). Does this sample do a good job representing the population mean? Why or why not?

 
A) Yes because it is more than one standard deviation from the population mean
 
B) Yes because it is less than one standard deviation from the population mean
 
C) No because it is more than one standard deviation from the population mean
 
D) No because it is less than one standard deviation from the population mean
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The value for one standard deviation...

lo 31(0.75)
=(2.25,3.75)
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lo 31(0.75) =(2.25,3.75)

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