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# For the following sample sizes and confidence levels, find the t-values suitable for building confidence intervals:...

For the following sample sizes and confidence levels, find the t-values suitable for building confidence intervals:

a) n = 15; 90%.

b) n = 6; 95%.

c) n = 19; 99%.

d) n = 25; 98%.

e) n = 10; 99%.

f) n = 41; 90%.   #### Earn Coins

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