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StatisticsQ&A LibrarySuppose an individual was studying temperature’s effect on the crime rate. The researcher looked at 6 random summer days and gathered the temperature data: (102.5, 101.7, 103.1, 100.9, 100.5, and 102.2). What is the confidence interval for the population mean at a 95% confidence level?Question

Suppose an individual was studying temperature’s effect on the crime rate. The researcher looked at 6 random summer days and gathered the temperature data: (102.5, 101.7, 103.1, 100.9, 100.5, and 102.2).

What is the confidence interval for the population mean at a 95% confidence level?

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