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The age distribution of members of a gymnastics association is shown in the table. A
member of the association is selected at random. Find the probability that the person
selected is between 26 and 35 inclusi
D22: If the average height of 20  29 year old males is 69.9 inches tall with a standard deviation
of 3.0 inches, would a man that is 63 inches tall be considered "unusual" in the statistical sense?
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D12: a. Is it possible for the standard deviation of a data set to be 0? If so, what would
that tell us about the data set? b. Is it possible for the standard deviation to be negative?
Why or why not?
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problem, since each test is different from the next. Explain your solution process and make sure you
include as much detail as possible to help others.
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Find the indicated percentile.
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A doctor at a local hospital is interested in estimating the birth weight of infants. How large
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a customer applied for and received a card but never used it. For a random sample of 20 customers, 3
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