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Because the total area under the density curve is the

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Unformatted text preview: total area under the density curve is , the sum of the areas in the two tails is . (We are using the complement rule: the probability that minus the probability that is between and is not between and is one .) Thus the area in each tail must be . Figure 3 So the area under the density curve and to the right of is . In other words, , https://secur e.aleks.com/alekscg i/x/Isl.exe/1Zm7N3bZR3K_G_- bg _kk8afQ- KRohYA3g mXg DNHDjbm7T6bur k4Iog zoBe- X39Q7tCess- 1isPxBxKNq UTWd7xSL1y… 2/3 12/18/13 ALEKS: Ravinell Rose that is, . We now use the calculator provided to find : (which is obtained using the calculator provided) . The answer is . Bac k https://secur e.aleks.com/alekscg i/x/Isl.exe/1Zm7N3bZR3K_G_- bg _kk8afQ- KRohYA3g mXg DNHDjbm7T6bur k4Iog zoBe- X39Q7tCess- 1isPxBxKNq UTWd7xSL1y… 3/3...
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