A machine used to fill cans of Campbell’s tomato soup (low salt) has the following characteristics: µ = 12 ounces and s = .5 ounces.
a. Depict graphically the sampling distribution of all possible values of , where is the sample mean (point estimator) for 30 cans selected randomly by a quality control inspector.
b. What is the probability of selecting a sample of 36 cans with a sample mean greater than 12.2 ounces?
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A machine used to fill cans of Campbell’s tomato soup (low salt) has the following characteristics:...
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