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StatisticsQ&A Library2.A firm applies a skill test to applicants to fill the vacant Quality Engineer position. The company's Human Resources Manager knows that the talent exam scores of candidates applying for this position have been distributed normally with 35.8 standard deviations in the past years. A sample of “n” was taken from the candidates who applied to the position of Quality Engineer and aptitude test of these candidates The mean score was 167.5. Find and interpret the 90% confidence interval for the average of the talent exam scores of the applicants who apply for the Quality Engineering position. . (n = the last two digits of your student number. If the last two digits are zero, choose as a two-digit number) Student ID : 2017472011Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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2.A firm applies a skill test to applicants to fill the vacant Quality Engineer position. The company's Human Resources Manager knows that the talent exam scores of candidates applying for this position have been distributed normally with 35.8 standard deviations in the past years. A sample of “n” was taken from the candidates who applied to the position of Quality Engineer and aptitude test of these candidates The mean score was 167.5. Find and interpret the 90% confidence interval for the average of the talent exam scores of the applicants who apply for the Quality Engineering position. . (n = the last two digits of your student number. If the last two digits are zero, choose as a two-digit number)

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