Manufacturer of Lindt's Chocolate bar claims that the net weight of its 150g Hazelnut Chocolate bar is normally distributed with a mean of 155 g and a standard deviation of 3g.
Assuming that the claim is correct
Question: If you purchase one 150g Hazelnut Chocolate bar, what is the probability that its net weight is under weight (i.e. less than 150g)?. Draw the graph to illustrate
Given that mean( μ ) = 155, standard deviation( σ ) = 3. Z score formula =... View the full answer