## Math Problem Statement

Repeated assessments for a chemical concentration determination of human blood during a laboratory analysis are known to be normally distributed. Ten assessments on a given sample of blood yielded the following values: 1.002 0.958 1.014 1.009 1.041 0.962 1.058 1.024 1.019 1.020 Determine a 99% confidence interval for the true chemical concentration in the blood for repeated assessments of the sample.

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## Math Problem Analysis

### Mathematical Concepts

Statistics

Confidence Intervals

Normal Distribution

T-Distribution

### Formulas

Sample Mean

Sample Standard Deviation

Margin of Error

Confidence Interval Calculation

### Theorems

Central Limit Theorem (implicitly assumed for normal distribution)

### Suitable Grade Level

Advanced High School

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