Mathematics, 03.07.2019 07:00, alicat20

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:00, ejcastilllo

Let the mean of the population be 38 instances of from 6" - 9" hatchings per nest, and let the standard deviation of the mean be 3. what sample mean would have a confidence level of 95% or a 2.5% margin of error?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:30, juli8350

The average hourly earnings for a construction worker is projected to be $24.50 in 2012. jason wants to join the construction work force after he graduates in 2012. his friend tells him that average hourly earnings for construction workers will rise by 2% from 2009 to 2012. based on the data below, assuming that the projected hourly earnings are correct, is jason’s friend’s statement accurate? construction industry - average hourly earnings, 2000-2009 a. his friend’s statement is accurate. the average hourly earnings will increase by 2%. b. his friend’s statement is not accurate. the percent increase will be more than 2% c. his friend’s statement is not accurate. the percent increase will be less than 2% d. his friend’s statement is not accurate. the average hourly earnings will decrease

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