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A company sells cookies in 250-gram packs. When a particular batch of 1,000 packs was weighed, the mean weight per pack was 255 grams and the standard deviation was 2.5 grams. Assuming the data is normally distributed, we can conclude that % of the packs weighed less than 250 grams

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    Do you know how to calculate a z-score?

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    OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH this is simple algebra for me... i can help

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    do you know what the percentage is?

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