Question Solved1 Answer A distribution of measurements is relatively mound-shaped with mean 40 and standard deviation 10 . (a) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 30 and 50 ? (b) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 60 ? (c) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 50 ? \( x \) (d) If a measurement is chosen at random A distribution of measurements is relatively mound-shaped with mean 40 and standard deviation 10 . (a) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 30 and 50 ? (b) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 60 ? (c) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 50 ? \( x \) (d) If a measurement is chosen at random from this distribution, what is the probability that it will be greater than 50 ?

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Transcribed Image Text: A distribution of measurements is relatively mound-shaped with mean 40 and standard deviation 10 . (a) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 30 and 50 ? (b) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 60 ? (c) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 50 ? \( x \) (d) If a measurement is chosen at random from this distribution, what is the probability that it will be greater than 50 ?
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Transcribed Image Text: A distribution of measurements is relatively mound-shaped with mean 40 and standard deviation 10 . (a) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 30 and 50 ? (b) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 60 ? (c) What proportion of the measurements will fall between 20 and 50 ? \( x \) (d) If a measurement is chosen at random from this distribution, what is the probability that it will be greater than 50 ?
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{:[" Mean "=mu=40],[" Standard deviation "=sigma=10]:}(d) If a measurment chosen at random =>n=1{:[P( bar(x) > 50)=1-P( bar(x) < 50)],[=1-P((( bar(x))-4 ... See the full answer