Twelve different video games showing drug use were observed. The duration times of drug use were recorded, with the times (seconds) listed below. Assume that these sample data are used with a 0.01 significance level in a test of the claim thatthe population mean is greater than 85 sec. If we want to construct a confidence interval to be used for testing that claim, what confidence level should be used for a confidence interval? If the confidence interval is found to be - 41.1sec < µ< 254.9 sec, what should we conclude about the claim?8813587 5457208 41172 0261%.The confidence level should be

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Twelve different video games showing drug use were observed. The duration times of drug use were recorded, with the times (seconds) listed below. Assume that these sample data are used with a 0.01 significance level in a test of the claim that
the population mean is greater than 85 sec. If we want to construct a confidence interval to be used for testing that claim, what confidence level should be used for a confidence interval? If the confidence interval is found to be - 41.1
sec < µ< 254.9 sec, what should we conclude about the claim?
88
13
587 54
57
208 41
172 0
2
61
%.
The confidence level should be
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Twelve different video games showing drug use were observed. The duration times of drug use were recorded, with the times (seconds) listed below. Assume that these sample data are used with a 0.01 significance level in a test of the claim that the population mean is greater than 85 sec. If we want to construct a confidence interval to be used for testing that claim, what confidence level should be used for a confidence interval? If the confidence interval is found to be - 41.1 sec < µ< 254.9 sec, what should we conclude about the claim? 88 13 587 54 57 208 41 172 0 2 61 %. The confidence level should be

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