##### (Answered)-8.5 A market researcher selects a simple random sample of customers from a population of 2 million..

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8.5 A market researcher selects a simple random sample of customers from a population of 2 million customers. After analyzing the sample, she states that she has 95% confidence that the mean annual income of the 2 million customers is between $70,000 and $85,000. Explain the meaning of this statement. 8.6 Suppose that you are going to collect a set of data, either from an entire population or from a random sample taken from that population. a. Which statistical measure would you compute first: the mean or the standard deviation? Explain. b. What does your answer to (a) tell you about the “practicality” of using the confidence interval estimate formula given in Equation (8.1)?

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