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student : Cans of a certain beverage are labeled to indicate that they contain 16 oz. The amounts in a sample of cans are measured and the sample statistics are n=37 and x =16.05. If the beverage cans are filled so that u (m) =16.00 oz and the population standard deviation is 0.114 oz, find the probability that a sample of 37 cans will have a mean of 16.05 or greater. Do these results suggest that the beverage cans are filled with an amount greater than 16.00?
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