F Faker97 New member Joined Apr 20, 2017 Messages 3 May 2, 2017 #1 https://gyazo.com/921c2e7fd4ace575e11c5fc0afcedee0 Any ideas on how to approach part iii? Thanks alot

https://gyazo.com/921c2e7fd4ace575e11c5fc0afcedee0 Any ideas on how to approach part iii? Thanks alot

tkhunny Moderator Staff member Joined Apr 12, 2005 Messages 9,912 May 2, 2017 #2 Yes. Start with some standard z-scores. For the last, consider the mean and standard deviation of the sample. How does this differ from the population in general.

Yes. Start with some standard z-scores. For the last, consider the mean and standard deviation of the sample. How does this differ from the population in general.