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SAT, 07.12.2020 14:30, sisco808

A population consist of N=5 numbers 5, 9, 13, 15, 17. Draw all possible samples of size n=3 with replacement from the population and find the sample means. Construct the sampling distribution of sample means and verify your results. Ten percent of the 1.5 kg boxes of sugar in a warehouse are underweight. Suppose a retailer buys a random sample of 14 of these boxes. What is the probability that at least 4 percent of the sample boxes will be underweight?

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