randomly selected, what is the probability that their mean head circumference is between 21.321.3 in. and 22.322.3 in.? If this probability is high, does it suggest that an order of 1717 hats will very likely fit each of 1717 randomly selected women? Why or why not? (Assume that the hat company produces women's hats so that they fit head circumferences between 21.321.3 in. and 22.322.3 in.) The probability is nothing. (Round to four decimal places as needed.) If this probability is high, does it suggest that an order of 1717 hats will very likely fit each of 1717 randomly selected women? Why or why not? A. Yes, the probability that an order of

1717 hats will very likely fit each of 1717 randomly selected women is 0.99930.9993. B. Yes, the order of 1717 hats will very likely fit each of 1717 randomly selected women because both 21.321.3 in. and 22.322.3 in. lie inside the range found in part (b). C. No, the hats must fit individual women, not the mean from 1717 women. If all hats are made to fit head circumferences between 21.321.3 in. and 22.322.3 in., the hats won't fit about 0.070.07% of those women. D. No, the hats must fit individual women, not the mean from 1717 women. If all hats are made to fit head circumferences between 21.321.3 in. and 22.322.3 in., the hats won't fit about half of those women. Click to select your answer(s).