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Asked Apr 24, 2019

Step 1

In this question, we have a sample of 100 tires and mean life of tire is 20,000 miles and standard deviation 1200 miles. We have to construct 95% confidence interval.

Step 2

Here we have calculated that the confidence interval, calculations have shown on whiteboard.

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