Asked Dec 12, 2019

A recycling plant compresses aluminum cans into bales. The weights of the resulting bales are known to have a mean of 100 lbs and a known standard deviation of 6 lbs. A simple random sample of 36 bales is taken. What is the probability that the bales will weigh, on average, less than 102 pounds?


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From the given information, mean weights of the resulting bales is 100 lbs, standard deviation as 6lbs and sample number of babies is 36.

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