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#1 2005-12-07 04:33:28

Jim
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Normal distribution

Can anyone help me with this question at all???

Consider two measurement situations. In the first the
sample mean X ~ N(µ, 10) and in the second the sample
mean X ~ N(µ, 2.5). If the variance of a component
Xi is 100, how many observations have been taken in the
two situations? In each case calculate the probability that
X is within 1 of µ.

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