Sample distribution - HOMEWORK SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS Student Name Patrick De Los Santos Comments Example 1 Consider the relation between standard

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HOMEWORK: SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS Student Name: Patrick De Los Santos Comments Example 1 Consider the relation between standard deviation of the sample and standard deviation of the population n x Be sure you understand the meaning of each variable. Identify the given variables: mean standard deviation of the population size of the sample With the given values you can compute the standard deviation of the mean. Example 2 Consider the definition of z Z = X Consider the relation between standard deviation of the sample and standard deviation of the population n x Identify the given variables need to convert from the population standard deviation to standard deviation of the mean. Note: We consider the mean sample to be equal to the mean of the origin population. Find Z (for the given X) Find area under the curve Compute the final answer. Keep in mind that you need the likelihood for or more than “ X” hours.

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