If the data represented by the graph is normally distributed, what are the endpoints of the middle 95% of the data? (A) 4.2 and 11.4 (B) 6 and 9.6 (C) 4.2 and 9.6 (D) 2.4 and 13.2 (E) 6 and 11.4

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If the data represented by the graph is normally distributed, what are the endpoints of the middle 95% of the data? (A) 4.2 and 11.4 (B) 6 and 9.6 (C) 4.2 and 9.6 (D) 2.4 and 13.2 (E) 6 and 11.4

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Graph: http://prntscr.com/7j10xx
You can use the empirical rule

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The 85 95 thing?
I have a hard time interpreting the graph
ok so this is the rule i guess 68% of data falls within the first standard deviation from the mean. 95% fall within two standard deviations. 99.7% fall within three standard deviations.
hard to explain without giving away the answer, but I'll try the middle 95% of the data means two standard deviations above and below the mean |dw:1434758722642:dw|
each vertical line marks one standard deviation either above or below the mean
Alright i'm following along kind of
the "endpoints" are: 1) the value which is 2 standard deviations below the mean and 2) the value which is 2 standard deviations above the mean
ah so 4.2 and 11.4?
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yes! good job!
Yay thanks for the help so far vocal :D
Yay thanks for the help so far vocal :D

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