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A marketing research company desires to know the mean consumption of milk per week among males over age 25. A sample of 2213 males over age 25 was drawn and the mean milk consumption was 2.4 liters. Assume that the population standard deviation is known to be 1.2 liters. Construct the 95% confidence interval for the mean consumption of milk among males over age 25. Round your answers to one decimal place. lower and upper endpoint

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research company
desires to know the mean consumption of milk per week among males
over age 4545. A sample of 18421842 males over age 4545 was drawn
and the mean milk consumption was 4.94.9 liters. Assume that the
population standard deviation is known to be 1.61.6 liters.
Construct the 99%99% confidence interval for the mean consumption
of milk among males over age 4545. Round your answers to one
decimal place.
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