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    A. n=17. Find P(t<-1.746) aa) .05 bb).95 cc).45 dd) 1.0 B. A random sample of 64 observations is observed from a population of SAT scores in 2001. Which of the following is a correct statement? aa) It is the distribution of the observed 64 SAT scores. bb) X-bar is approximately normal. cc) The mean of all possible x-bars is average of a set of 64 scores. dd) The variance of x-bars is the same as the population variance. Please explain how you derived at your solution and add any comments that you feel might be helpful.

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    A. n=17. Find P(t<-1.746) aa) .05 bb).95 cc).45 dd) 1.0 B. A random sample of 64 observations is observed from a population of SAT scores in 2001. Which of the following is a correct statement? aa) It is the distribution of the observed 64 SAT scores. bb) X-bar is approximately normal. cc) The mean of all possible x-bars is average of a set of 64 scores. dd) The variance of x-bars is the same as the population variance.

    Please explain how you derived at your solution and add any comments that you feel might be helpful.

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