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A random sample of n= 16 participants were selected from a normally distributed population of N = 200 conference attendees.

A random sample of n= 16 participants were selected from a normally distributed population of N = 200 conference attendees. The sample mean age was 36 years and population standard deviation of 8 years. (use finite population correction factor)

What is approximately the largest sample mean of another sample of n= 16 participants you would expect to obtain from this finite population? (hint: 99.8%, x=3.09)

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Random sample of n = 16
Normally distributed population of N = 200
Sample mean age = 36 years
Standard deviation = 8 years
Approximately the largest sample mean of another sample of n = 16...

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