According to an economist report, an adult driver spends between $500 and $2500 on gasoline per year. Consider this spending pattern to be uniformly distributed.
What is the mean amount spent on gasoline?
- What is the standard deviation of the amount spent?
- What is the probability of a randomly selected adult spending less than $1000 on gasoline?
- What is the probability of a randomly selected adult spending more than $2200 on gasoline?
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