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A. sample size B. Sample mean C. Sample standard deviation D. Margin of error E. Confidence interval lower and estimate F. Confidence interval upper and estimate G. What is the fahrenheit equivalent to 58 degrees celcius H. Report the p-value I. Would you reject the null hypothesis at the a= 0.5 significance level? J. Papa must be served quickly so that his porridge will still be pipping hot. He doesnt like porridge to arrive below 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Suppose that, accounting for variation in cook temperature and serving speed, the porridge arrives to Papa with a temperature distributed N(143,2.15) degrees F. Use the normal distribution to find the probability that Papa's porridge will be served to him at least 140 degrees F. K. Mama likes her porridge to arrive between 133 and 139 degrees F. Which of these distributions would be most likely to produce porridge between 133 and 139 degrees F? N(136,3) or N(135,2) or N(341,1) Compute the probability in each of those 3 cases, and state which distribution you would pick. L. It is best to control both the mean (keep it in the middle of the range 133-139) and also keep the standard deviation low. Find the probablity of satisfying mama if the arrival temperature is distributed N(136,1) M. If 25 people are served porridge, find the probability that at least one of them is dis-satisfied. N. If 50 people are served porridge, find the probability that at least two of them are dis-satisfied. O. Write a paragraph arguing that on a given morning, your customers' satisfaction are NOT identical and independent. Give reasons and illustrate with hypothetical examples.