Seminar_4_Critical_Thinking_rmorel01_Seminar_4_Critical_Thinking_Rob_Morell (1)

Seminar_4_Critical_Thinking_rmorel01_Seminar_4_Critical_Thinking_Rob_Morell (1)

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The responses to Questions 1 and 3 were thoughtful and capture how a normal distribution is seen and applied in real life Rob. Your calculations for the seat question were not included—so I am not sure how you came up with that z score. It is sketched out but there is no detail or explanation for where the numbers came from. See below for my feedback. Score = 40 – 2 = 38 Seminar 4 Critical Thinking Questions (40 points total): Rob Morell This week the assignment has three parts. Please format the assignment so each of these sections (1, 2, and 3) has its own heading. 1) I work for a company and do email support for our product, my email queue is always quite big, and for the most part, it would look like a normally distributed bell curve. The week starts on Sunday and since I do not work on Sunday then the email volume would be very low/zero. Then Monday I am always slow to get back to work, so the volume would be more than the day before. On Tuesday, I am ready for work and in the rhythm, my email volume is
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