Suppose a researcher is interested in investigating the effectiveness of a new medication aimed to treat HIV. The following table represents the CD4 cell count for a SRS of individuals treated with the new medication. Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3) A 298 G 311 M 312 B 306 H 304 N 296 C 278 I 275 O 347 D 304 J 291 P 367 E 315 K 286 Q 275 F 320 L 333 R 281 Assuming the researchers hypothesized that the new medication would increase to at least 400 cells/mm , use your CI to answer the question as to whether or not the researchers met their goal.

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Suppose a researcher is interested in investigating the effectiveness of a new medication aimed to treat HIV. The following table represents the CD4 cell count for a SRS of individuals treated with the new medication.

Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Patient CD4 Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3) Count(cells/mm3)

A

298

G

311

M

312

B

306

H

304

N

296

C

278

I

275

O

347

D

304

J

291

P

367

E

315

K

286

Q

275

F

320

L

333

R

281

Assuming the researchers hypothesized that the new medication would increase to at least 400 cells/mm , use your CI to answer the question as to whether or not the researchers met their goal.

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