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# Assume that ages of moviegoers are normally distributed with a mean of 35 years and a standard deviation of 20 years.

1.    Assume that ages of moviegoers are normally distributed with a mean of 35 years and a standard deviation of 20 years.

a.    What is the percentage of moviegoers who are younger than 30 years of age.

b.   Find ,which is the 25th percentiles.

c.     Find the probability that a simple random sample of 25 moviegoers has a mean age that is less than 30 years.

d.    Find the probability that the simple random sample of 25 moviegoers, each of the moviegoers is younger than 30 years of age. For a particular movie and showtime, why might it not be unusual to have 25 moviegoers all under the age of 30.

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