### Confidence Interval

Calculate a 95% confidence interval of the average number of Orlando Dining magazines sold over the last year. The average number sold per month is 11,500 and the standard deviation is 575.

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Calculate a 95% confidence interval of the average number of Orlando Dining magazines sold over the last year. The average number sold per month is 11,500 and the standard deviation is 575.

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