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The standard error is computed by dividing the sample standard deviation (s) by the square root of the sample size (n). That is:
Standard Error =
Given that s = 7.5 and n=9
The standard error = = 2.5
Answer: The standard error of the 95% confidence interval of the mean sodium content of the noodles being investigated is 2.5 milligrams