Cristina Barrera (Criselle29@hotmail.FileHomeInsertDesignMailingsDrawLayoutReferencesReviewViewHelpL SharePROTECTED VIEW Be careful-files from the Internet can contain viruses. Unless you need to edit, it's safer to stay in Protected View.Enable Editing2.) Bill the Egg farmer has a duck flock that routinely lays duck eggs with weights that are normallydistributed.A buyer from Spouts Organic Foods is coming buy to see if they want to add Bill as a supplier.A.) The buyer went into the Barn and select FOUR eggs at RANDOM. The average egg from hissample was 1.8 oz. and his sample had a standard deviation of 2 oz. What is the 90 %confidence interval that he has regarding his estimate of Bill's duck eggs?D Focus183 wordsPage 1 of 19:58 AMeType here to search11/11/2019thp

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2.) Bill the Egg farmer has a duck flock that routinely lays duck eggs with weights that are normally
distributed.
A buyer from Spouts Organic Foods is coming buy to see if they want to add Bill as a supplier.
A.) The buyer went into the Barn and select FOUR eggs at RANDOM. The average egg from his
sample was 1.8 oz. and his sample had a standard deviation of 2 oz. What is the 90 %
confidence interval that he has regarding his estimate of Bill's duck eggs?
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Cristina Barrera (Criselle29@hotmail. File Home Insert Design Mailings Draw Layout References Review View Help L Share PROTECTED VIEW Be careful-files from the Internet can contain viruses. Unless you need to edit, it's safer to stay in Protected View. Enable Editing 2.) Bill the Egg farmer has a duck flock that routinely lays duck eggs with weights that are normally distributed. A buyer from Spouts Organic Foods is coming buy to see if they want to add Bill as a supplier. A.) The buyer went into the Barn and select FOUR eggs at RANDOM. The average egg from his sample was 1.8 oz. and his sample had a standard deviation of 2 oz. What is the 90 % confidence interval that he has regarding his estimate of Bill's duck eggs? D Focus 183 words Page 1 of 1 9:58 AM e Type here to search 11/11/2019 thp

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From the provided information, the sample size (n) = 4

The average weight of eggs which are randomly selected () = 1.8 oz.

The sample standard deviation (s) = 2 oz.

The sample size is small (less than 30) and sample standard deviat...

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