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## Problem 5E Chapter 7.4

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Problem 5E

PROBLEM 5E

A quality engineer wanted to be 98% confident that the maximum error of the estimate of the mean strength, μ, of the left hinge on a vanity cover molded by a machine is 0.25. A preliminary sample of size n = 32 parts yielded a sample mean of and a standard deviation of s = 1.723.

(a) How large a sample is required?

(b) Does this seem to be a reasonable sample size? (Note that destructive testing is needed to obtain the data.)

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