Asked • 11/26/19

Statistics Confidence Interval

In a randomized comparative experiment on the effect of dietary calcium on blood pressure, researchers divided 48 healthy white males at random into two groups. One group received calcium; the other, a placebo. At the beginning of the study, the researchers measured many variables on the subjects. The paper reporting the study gives 114.7 and s = 8.8 for the seated systolic blood pressure of the 24 members of the placebo group.

 

Give a 95% confidence interval for the mean blood pressure in the population from which the subjects were recruited is

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