MartensLA6 - 1. Now find probability for randomly selecting...

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1. Now find probability for randomly selecting a bat (a sample size of one!) that weighs between 1.6 and 2.2 grams. After each computation with the normal calculator, Click on Ctrl, Alt, Print Screen to capture your screen and paste it into your solution file. Then show your steps in finding the final answer from your data.
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(1.6< x <2.2) 0.99744487- 0.65542173 = 0.34202314 About 34.2% of the time you would expect to get a bat that is between 1.6 grams and 2.2 grams. 2. Now find probability for randomly selecting a bat (a sample size of one!) that weighs more than 2.2 grams. After your computation with the normal calculator, Click on Ctrl, Alt, Print Screen to capture your screen(s) and paste them into your solution file. Explain and show how you computed your solution.
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You would have a chance of .0025551303% of getting a bat that weighed in at over 2.2 My calculation was simple, I set the probability in the calculator to 3. Now let us consider that we take a random sample of 7 of Kitti's hog-
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