1. Jarrid Medical, Inc., is developing a compact kidney dialysis machine, but the company's chief engineer, Mike Crowe, is having trouble controlling the variability in how fast the fluid moves through the kidney. the device. Medical standards require the flow per hour to be 4.25 liters, 98% of the time. Mr. Crowe performs tests on the prototype with the following results for each hourly flow test performed:
4.17 4.32 4.21 4.22
4.29 4.19 4.29 4.34
4.33 4.22 4.28 4.33
4.52 4.29 4.43 4.39
4.44 4.34 4.3 4.41
With the information obtained from the sample, it is necessary to find the confidence interval that reflects the expected flow per hour in 98% of the time of the developed compact machine and determine if it is satisfying the medical standards.
Does the prototype satisfy medical standards? Present all the steps required to construct your confidence interval and an analysis that justifies your answer to the established question.