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Suppose that yearly health care expenses for a family of four are normally distributed with a mean expense equal to $3,490 and a standard deviation...

Suppose that yearly health care expenses for a family of four are normally distributed with a mean expense equal to $3,490 and a standard deviation of $378. An insurance company has decided to offer a health insurance premium reduction if a policyholder’s health care expenses do not exceed a specified dollar amount. What dollar amount should be established if the insurance company wants families having the lowest 33 percent of yearly health care expenses to be eligible for the premium reduction?

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Suppose that yearly health care expenses for a family of four are normally distributed with a mean expense equal to $3,490 and a standard deviation of $378. An insurance company has decided to...

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