## Question

###### Here are summary statistics for randomly selected weights of newborn girls: n = 234,X= 29.6 hg; $ = 6 hg: Construct confidence interval estimate of the mean: Use 9990 confidence evel Are these results very different from the confidence interval 28 hg < p < 31.5 hg with only 12 sample values X = 29.8 hg and $ = 1.9 hg?What is the confidence interval for the population mean p?hg < p < Lhg (Round to one decimal place as needed )Are the results between the two confidence intervals very d

Here are summary statistics for randomly selected weights of newborn girls: n = 234,X= 29.6 hg; $ = 6 hg: Construct confidence interval estimate of the mean: Use 9990 confidence evel Are these results very different from the confidence interval 28 hg < p < 31.5 hg with only 12 sample values X = 29.8 hg and $ = 1.9 hg? What is the confidence interval for the population mean p? hg < p < Lhg (Round to one decimal place as needed ) Are the results between the two confidence intervals very different? Yes, because the confidence interval limits are not similar because each confidence interva contains the mean of the other confidence interval: Yes, because one confidence interval does not contain the mean of the other confidence interval No, because the confidence interva limits are similar