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Interval for the difference of the population

John wants to compare two means. His sample statistics were Picture and Picture. Assuming equal variances, the 95 percent confidence interval for the difference of the population means is approximately: [2.44, 6.19]. [1.17, 5.08]. [0.08, 4.32]. [-0.09, 3.19].

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