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13. Yes, we can assume that if a large number of professional football teams are sampled, the samples could have an average number of wins per season equal to 8 because the 90% confidence interval (7,65, 9.11) contains the value of 8 and hence the 95% CI will also will contain the value of 8 (as 95% CI will be wider)

14. We can't assume that if a large number of parking meters are sampled, 90% of the samples would contain a mean daily income of 3.25 as the 95% CI (3.39, 6.01) does not contain the value of 3.25 (90% CI will be smaller and it definitely won't have the value of 3.25)

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