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anonymous
 4 years ago
A toy factory owner plans to give pay raises this year using a normal distribution. She will make the mean raise $1000 and the standard deviation $181. Basing this on worker productivity (toys constructed), the most productive 10% of employees will see a raise of at least how much?
anonymous
 4 years ago
A toy factory owner plans to give pay raises this year using a normal distribution. She will make the mean raise $1000 and the standard deviation $181. Basing this on worker productivity (toys constructed), the most productive 10% of employees will see a raise of at least how much?

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