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PatelPriyaHW2 - been given n, the population proportion or...

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Priya Patel  RU ID: 114001646 
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1a. Number of Customers Normal Distribution T Distributi 45 n 21 n 180 Sample Mean 117.24 Sample Mean 74 Alpha 0.05 Alpha 100 Std. Deviation 56.49 Std. Deviation 226 h 1.96 h 143 Half Width 24.16 Half Width  111 Lower Bound 93.08 Lower Bound 76 Upper Bound 141.4 Upper Bound  139 19 57 95 95 27 149 137 110 178 129 168 204 1b. 1c. Desired Half Width 5% Upper Bound on Proportion 19% Maximum Sigma ^2 0.15 Alpha  10% h 1.64 n 167 1d. *It would be more appropriate to use norma because n is greater than 30 and T distribut n is less than 30. I do not believe we have enough information to figure out the sample proportion. We have not
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Unformatted text preview: been given n, the population proportion or the sample population proporation. Desired Half Width 5% Upper Bound on Proportion 33% Maximum Sigma ^2 0.22 Alpha 10% h 1.64 n 240 tion 21 117.24 0.05 56.49 2.09 25.72 91.52 142.95 al distribution tion is better when 2 413 h 1.64 617 Half Width Proportion 0.02 k1=Number previously sampled 39 Lowerbound 5207 Alpha 0.1 Upperbound 8769 Sample Proportion 0.06 Sample Std. Deviation 0.01 k= Number Sample Day 1 n=S ample Size...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gottlieb during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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