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Critical Values. In Exercises 41–44, find the indicated critical value. Round results to two decimal places.

z0.04

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From the given information, the confidence level is 0.04.

The critical value is obtained as 1.75 by the Excel function “=NORM.INV(0.04,0,1)”.

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