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# Afactory cans fresh pineapple in sugar syrup. the manager in charge is interested in estimating the average amount of sugar per can to within 2 mg of the true mean. from previous experiments, he knows that the (true) standard deviation of the sugar content is 15 mg. each test of measuring the amount of sugar in a can costs $5.00. one thousand dollars have been budgeted for this experiment. does the manager have enough funds to estimate the average amount of sugar per can with 95% confidence Answers: 3 ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:30, aesmithswhs If you have a set of parallel lines a and b cut by transversal x, if angle 1 = 167 degrees, what is angle 4 and why. also what is the measure of angle 5 and why? you need to use the names of the angle relationship and explain. Answers: 1 Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:30, campilk5 Sketch the vector field vector f( vector r ) = 8vector r in the xy-plane. select all that apply. the length of each vector is 8. the lengths of the vectors decrease as you move away from the origin. all the vectors point away from the origin. all the vectors point in the same direction. all the vectors point towards the origin. the lengths of the vectors increase as you move away from the origin. Answers: 2 Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:30, kdtd3163 In a certain city, the hourly wage of workers on temporary employment contracts is normally distributed. the mean is$15 and the standard deviation is $3. what percentage of temporary workers earn less than$12 per hour? a. 6% b. 16% c. 26% d. 36% Mathematics, 22.06.2019 00:30, cocaineal
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