Calculate 99% And 95% Confidence Levels For Given Data

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In a study measuring Zest for Life in a random sample of 144 graduate nursing students, data yielded the following statistics: Mean = 104; SD = 16. A 95% Confidence Interval would suggest that the true mean of the population would fall between 101.39 and 106.61. A 99% Confidence Interval would suggest that the true mean of the population would fall between 100.56 and 107.44. Use 2 decimal places when doing all math calculations. SHOW your math calculations for figuring the Confidence Intervals:

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The question belongs to Statistics and it is about calculating 99% and 95% confidence intervals for given data.

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