Interpreting Confidence Intervals

2 how much larger is the larger mean a the answer

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Unformatted text preview: b) If both the upper and lower CI bounds are negative  Second mean listed is larger. 2) How much larger is the larger mean? a) The answer is given as a range where the absolute value of the CI bounds, smallest to largest, are listed. Examples: P( 10 < µ A - µ B < 30 ) = .95 P( -15 < µ A - µ B < -7 ) = .90 P( -3 < µ A - µ B < 0 ) = .95 P( -25 < µ A - µ B < 2,000 ) = .90 P( -15 < µ 1 - µ 2 < 10 ) =...
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