Two-sided Confidence Interval for a Population Mean

In this two-sided confidence interval learning exercise, students construct a confidence interval for a population mean when the population standard deviation is unknown. They split the risk in half and shade the upper probability area found under the curve. Then, students locate "critical" observations on the z-scale and calculate the limits for the desired level of confidence.

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