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13. If we select 100 samples from a same population, then the 100 sample means are typically different. a. True b. False 14. When we investigate the population mean from a sample, we can calculate the sample mean but we never know where the population mean exactly is. a. True b. False 15. When we investigate the population mean from a sample, we figure out a range in which the population mean is likely located. a. True b. False 16. Suppose 95% of confidence interval for the population mean is (14.7, 20.5). It implies that there is ______ of chance the population mean is within that range, and there is _______ of chance the population mean is not in that range. a. 95%, 5% b. 5%, 95%

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