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An experiment supported by NASA calculated the heights of 6 men rapidly before going to bed, and then again after 3 days of bed rest. The data were as follows:

What is the 95% confidence interval for the alter in height after 3 days of bed rest? Based on this interval, test the hypothesis that mean height is different after 3days of bed rest.

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