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The employees of Electronics Inc. would like to have a dental plan as part of their benefits package. The question is: how much does a

typical employee and their family spend per year on dental expenses? A sample of 43 employees reveals the mean amount spent last

year was $1940, with a standard deviation of $630.

a. Construct a 90% confidence interval for the population mean. (Round the final answers to the nearest whole dollar.)

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b. The information from part (a) was given to the president of Electronics Inc. He indicated he could afford $1730 of dental expenses

per employee. Is it possible that the population mean could be $1730?

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The employees of Electronics Inc. would like to have a dental plan as part of their benefits package. The question is: how much does a

typical employee and their family spend per year on dental expenses? A sample of 43 employees reveals the mean amount spent last

year was $1940, with a standard deviation of $630.

a. Construct a 90% confidence interval for the population mean. (Round the final answers to the nearest whole dollar.)

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b. The information from part (a) was given to the president of Electronics Inc. He indicated he could afford $1730 of dental expenses

per employee. Is it possible that the population mean could be $1730?

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The employees of Electronics Inc. would like to have a dental plan as part of their benefits package. The question is: how much does a

typical employee and their family spend per year on dental expenses? A sample of 43 employees reveals the mean amount spent last

year was $1940, with a standard deviation of $630.

a. Construct a 90% confidence interval for the population mean. (Round the final answers to the nearest whole dollar.)

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Population mean $

b. The information from part (a) was given to the president of Electronics Inc. He indicated he could afford $1730 of dental expenses

per employee. Is it possible that the population mean could be $1730?

(Click to select) | The population mean: (Click to select) |$1730 because it is (Click to select) | interval constructed above.

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The employees of Electronics Inc. would like to have a dental plan as part of their benefits package. The question is: how much does a

typical employee and their family spend per year on dental expenses? A sample of 43 employees reveals the mean amount spent last

year was $1940, with a standard deviation of $630.

a. Construct a 90% confidence interval for the population mean. (Round the final answers to the nearest whole dollar.)

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Population mean $

b. The information from part (a) was given to the president of Electronics Inc. He indicated he could afford $1730 of dental expenses

per employee. Is it possible that the population mean could be $1730?

(Click to select) | The population mean (Click to select) | $1730 because it is (Click to select)

interval constructed above.

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