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Independent random samples of 10 observations each are drawn from normal populations The parameters of these populations are Population

 Independent random samples of 10 observations each are drawn from normal populations. The parameters of these populations are Population 1: µ = 280, s = 25 Population 2: µ = 270, s = 30 Find the probability that the mean of sample 1 is greater than the mean of sample 2 by more than 25. 9.46 Repeat Exercise 9.45 with samples of size 50. 9.47 Repeat Exercise 9.45 with samples of size 100.

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