# part b. What assumptions need to be made to construct this interval? Golf cart attendants at...

part b. What assumptions need to be made to construct this interval?
Golf cart attendants at a local country Club often receive tips from golfers they assist with golf clubs. To help recruit new employees, the country club would like to determine the average tips per day an attendant eams. A sample of 14 attendants averaged \$40.74 per day in tips. Assume the population standard deviation for daily tips is \$8.72. Complete parts a and b below. a. Construct a 95% confidence interval to estimate the average daily tips for an attendant. and an upper limit of \$ The average daily tips for an attendant is between a lower limit of \$ (Round to the nearest cent as needed.)

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