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 7 months ago
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Four research teams each used a different method to collect data on how fast a new strain of maize sprouts. Assume that they all agree on the sample size and the sample mean (in hours). Use the (confidence level; confidence interval) pairs below to select the team that has the smallest sample standard deviation.
A. Confidence Level: 95%; Confidence Interval: 43 to 47
B. Confidence Level: 68%; Confidence Interval: 44 to 46
C. Confidence Level: 95%; Confidence Interval: 44 to 46
D. Confidence Level: 99.7%; Confidence Interval: 42 to 48
 7 months ago
What does this even mean?! Four research teams each used a different method to collect data on how fast a new strain of maize sprouts. Assume that they all agree on the sample size and the sample mean (in hours). Use the (confidence level; confidence interval) pairs below to select the team that has the smallest sample standard deviation. A. Confidence Level: 95%; Confidence Interval: 43 to 47 B. Confidence Level: 68%; Confidence Interval: 44 to 46 C. Confidence Level: 95%; Confidence Interval: 44 to 46 D. Confidence Level: 99.7%; Confidence Interval: 42 to 48

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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Ugh i'm literally on Apex doing the exact same question ): Apex SUCKS!

juliahk
 one month ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0LOL 5 months late, but the answer was C
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