# shape of the population? 16, what is the standard deviation (d) If the sample size is n = of the population from which the sample was drawn? 14. Answer the following questions for the sampling distribution of the sample mean shown to the right. ( ( (a) What is the value of u? (b) What is the value of o? (c) If the sample size is n 9, what is likely true about the shape of the population? (d) If the sample size is n = 9, what is the standard deviation of the population from which the sample was drawn? 15. A simple random sample of size n = population with u= (a) Describe the sampling distribution of r. (b) What is P(F> 83)? (c) What is P(F 75.8)? (d) What is P(78.3 < < 85.1)? 16. A simple random sample of size n 36 is obtained from a population with u = 64 and o = 18. (a) Describe the sampling distribution of F. (b) What is P(I < 62.6)? (c) What is P(F2 68.7)? (d) What is P(59.8 < < 65.9)? 11.95 12 12.05 49 is obtained from a 14. 80 and o Printed by adrian Carter(ap199853@gmail.com) on 8/6/2019 authe subscription date represents copyright violation.

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