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elizbaker45
 4 years ago
assume the mean body fat percent for adult men is μ=18.94, the standard deviation is σ=7.75 and that the body fat distribution is normal.
) What is the probability that if a random sample of 90 men is chosen, the mean body fat percentage of the sample would be higher than 25%?
assume the mean body fat percent for adult men is μ=18.94, the standard deviation is σ=7.75 and that the body fat distribution is normal.
) What is the probability that if a random sample of 90 men is chosen, the mean body fat percentage of the sample would be higher than 25%?
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elizbaker45
 4 years ago
assume the mean body fat percent for adult men is μ=18.94, the standard deviation is σ=7.75 and that the body fat distribution is normal. ) What is the probability that if a random sample of 90 men is chosen, the mean body fat percentage of the sample would be higher than 25%? assume the mean body fat percent for adult men is μ=18.94, the standard deviation is σ=7.75 and that the body fat distribution is normal. ) What is the probability that if a random sample of 90 men is chosen, the mean body fat percentage of the sample would be higher than 25%? @Mathematics

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elizbaker45
 4 years ago
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