# (Answer to two decimal places 2. If there are 43 observations then how many degrees of freedom are there for the t distribution

## If the sample size is 43 and the population standard deviation is 13.69

If the sample size is 43 and the population standard deviation is 13.69

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If the sample size is 43 and the population standard deviation is 13.69 then the standard error is ? (Answer to two decimal places 2. If there are 43 observations then how many degrees of freedom are there for the t distribution (for a sample mean)?3.If there are 33 observations then how many degrees of freedom are there for the t distribution (for a sample mean)?4.If there are 50 observations in a sample, how many degrees of freedom are there? (The context here is for finding a t value when constructing a confidence interval or testing a hypothesis for the pupoulation mean).

If the sample size is 43 and the population standard deviation is 13.69

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