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Assume that the reams of paper from a particular manufacturer have a mean of 500 sheets with a standard deviation of 12 sheets What percent of packages have more than 520 sheets? What percent of packages have less than 515 sheets? What percent of packages have more than 478 sheets? What is the probability of finding a package that has more than 510 sheets? What is the probability of finding a package that has less than 515 sheets? What is the probability of finding a package with either more than 520
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Unformatted text preview: or less than 490 sheets? What is the probability of finding a package with either more than 506 or less than 498 sheets? How many sheets of paper would a package have to have to be in the 10% of packages with the most sheets? Assume I have 200 packages of paper, how many would have more than 508 sheets? Assume I have 200 packages of paper, how many would have less than 518 sheets?...
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