I've been asked a few questions in regards to confidence interval width estimates and cant seem to find the answer on a practice quiz i'm doing.
You have a sample with sample mean x̄=100 and sample standard deviation s=10 . The distribution of the sample means of the bootstrap samples is bell-shaped with the standard error SE=2 . What is the width of a 95% confidence interval for the population mean?
I calculated a 95% confidence interval with x̄ ± 2 ⋅ SE = 4 and then multiplied that by 2 to get the width of the confidence interval which was equal to 8. however the answer is wrong and after going through my notes I cant find where I have gone wrong.