Exercise

# Calculating areas with sample means (2)

In the last exercise, we calculated the area under the curve right of our sample mean of 26. We found that this area had a probability of 0.023. Let's visualize this:

You may notice that this distribution of sample means is much narrower than the distribution of observations of individual hipsters. How would you interpret the red area?

Instructions

### Possible answers

The red area is the probability of obtaining a hipster with a mean beard length equal or larger than 26.

The red area is the probability of obtaining a sample with a mean beard length equal or larger than 26 millimeter based on a sample of 50 hipsters.

The red area constitutes a probability of 1