*Two competing coffee shops wanted to know how satisfied their customers were with their drink choices (on a scale of 1 to 7, where 1 is very unsatisfied and 7 is very satisfied). They’re assuming that there is some difference between the two companies’ customers, but not who will be better. They each took a random sample of their customers to get a average rating.*

Company A had 58 participants, who responded with an average rating of 4.52 and a standard deviation of 0.72. Company B had 62 participants, who responded with an average rating of 5.21 and a standard deviation of 1.35.

Assume that sample1 comes from Company A and sample2 comes from Company B.

Compute the 90% confidence interval. Round to the fourth decimal point. Please enter you answer in the following format: (lower_value, upper_value)

Company A had 58 participants, who responded with an average rating of 4.52 and a standard deviation of 0.72. Company B had 62 participants, who responded with an average rating of 5.21 and a standard deviation of 1.35.

Assume that sample1 comes from Company A and sample2 comes from Company B.

Compute the 90% confidence interval. Round to the fourth decimal point. Please enter you answer in the following format: (lower_value, upper_value)