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StatisticsQ&A LibraryFor the percent of the population that is obese for each of hte 50 states, this ditribution is relatively symmetric and bell shaped. Give an interval that is likely to contain 95% of the data values (this is a population sample)zscore:1.88 and 2.21N: 50Mean:28.766SE Mean: 0.476St.Dev: 3.369Min: 21.300Q1: 26.375Median: 29.400Q3: 31.150Max: 35.100Question

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For the percent of the population that is obese for each of hte 50 states, this ditribution is relatively symmetric and bell shaped. Give an interval that is likely to contain 95% of the data values (this is a population sample)

zscore:1.88 and 2.21

N: 50

Mean:28.766

SE Mean: 0.476

St.Dev: 3.369

Min: 21.300

Q1: 26.375

Median: 29.400

Q3: 31.150

Max: 35.100

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