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Refer to Exercise 11 in Section 5.6. Can you conclude that

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Problem 14E

Refer to Exercise 11 in Section 5.6. Can you conclude that the mean sodium content is higher for brand B than for brand A?

Exercise 11

Measurements of the sodium content in samples of two brands of chocolate bar yield the following results (in grams):

Find a 98% confidence interval for the difference between the mean sodium contents of the two brands.

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Refer to Exercise 11 in Section 5.6. Can you conclude that