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# 1. Scores on a standardized lesson are assumed to follow a normal distribution, with a mean...

1. 1. Scores on a standardized lesson are assumed to follow a normal distribution, with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 32. Five tests are randomly selected. What is the mean test score? (? ) What is the standard error of the scores? ( ?)

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NOTE: The standard error is another name for the standard deviation of , that is, standard error = .

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1. Mean = 100, standard error = 4.53
2. Mean = 100, standard error = 14.31
3. Mean = 100, standard error = 1.43
4. Mean = 100, standard error = 32
1. 2. Scores on a standardized test are assumed to follow a normal distribution, with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 32. Fifty tests are randomly selected. What is the mean test score? (? ) What is the standard error of the scores? ( ?)

NOTE: The standard error is another name for the standard deviation of , that is, standard error = .

1. Mean = 100, standard error = 4.53
2. Mean = 100, standard error = 14.31
3. Mean = 100, standard error = 1.43
4. Mean = 100, standard error = 32
1. 3. Scores on a standardized test are assumed to follow a normal distribution, with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 32. Five hundred tests are randomly selected. What is the mean test score? (? ) What is the standard error of the scores? ( ?)

NOTE: The standard error is another name for the standard deviation of , that is, standard error = .

1. Mean = 100, standard error = 4.53
2. Mean = 100, standard error = 14.31
3. Mean = 100, standard error = 1.43
4. Mean = 100, standard error = 32
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