Suppose that the height, in inches, of a 25-year-old man is a normal random variable with parameters μ=71 and σ²=6.25. What percentage of 25-year-old mean are over 6 feet 2 inches tall? What percentage of men in the 6-footer club are over 6 foot 5 inches?

(This problem is from Continuous Random Variables.)

(This problem is from Continuous Random Variables.)

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