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The owner of a coffee shop has found that the amount spent by customers at the shop is normally distributed with a mean of $5.60 and a standard...

The owner of a coffee shop has found that the amount spent by customers at the shop is normally distributed with a mean of $5.60 and a standard deviation of $1.30.  A random sample of 25 customers is selected. The standard error of the sample mean is           (in dollars to 2 decimal places).

The probability that the average amount spent by this sample of customers will be between $5.86 and $6.12 is  ( 4 decimal places).

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