95% CI of CV [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Seppe – Belgium, 2018-03-19 11:58 (919 d 11:01 ago) – Posting: # 18574
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Hi

I have a problem with calculating the 95%CI of the CV
I have an example but i don't now how they get the result of the 95%CI.

Example:

1. 3,8
2. 3,9
3. 3,9
4. 3,8
5. 4,1
6. 4,0
7. 3,4
8. 3,6
9. 3,8
10.3,7

Mean= 3,8
SD= 0,2
CV= 5,3
95%CI (3,6;9,7)

How do you get the interval of 3,6;9,7 from the CV?
The only thing I know that it's not a normal distribution

Greetz

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