Question Solved1 Answer An article in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise "Electrostimulation Training Effects on the Physical Performance of Ice Hockey Players (2005. Vol. 37. pp. 455-460) considered the use of electromyostimulation (EMS) as a method to train healthy skeletal muscle EMS sessions consisted of 30 contractions (four-second duration, 85 Hz) and were carried out three times per week for three weeks on 17 ice hockey players. The ten-meter skating performance test showed a standard deviation of 0.09 seconds. Construct a 95% confidence interval of the standard deviation of the skating performance test. Assume population is approximately normally distributed Round your answers to 3 decimal places Sos 0.138 Statistical

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Transcribed Image Text: An article in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise "Electrostimulation Training Effects on the Physical Performance of Ice Hockey Players (2005. Vol. 37. pp. 455-460) considered the use of electromyostimulation (EMS) as a method to train healthy skeletal muscle EMS sessions consisted of 30 contractions (four-second duration, 85 Hz) and were carried out three times per week for three weeks on 17 ice hockey players. The ten-meter skating performance test showed a standard deviation of 0.09 seconds. Construct a 95% confidence interval of the standard deviation of the skating performance test. Assume population is approximately normally distributed Round your answers to 3 decimal places Sos 0.138 Statistical
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Transcribed Image Text: An article in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise "Electrostimulation Training Effects on the Physical Performance of Ice Hockey Players (2005. Vol. 37. pp. 455-460) considered the use of electromyostimulation (EMS) as a method to train healthy skeletal muscle EMS sessions consisted of 30 contractions (four-second duration, 85 Hz) and were carried out three times per week for three weeks on 17 ice hockey players. The ten-meter skating performance test showed a standard deviation of 0.09 seconds. Construct a 95% confidence interval of the standard deviation of the skating performance test. Assume population is approximately normally distributed Round your answers to 3 decimal places Sos 0.138 Statistical
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