Alexa is the popular virtual assistant developed by Amazon. Alexa interacts with users using artificial intelligence and voice recognition. It can be used to perform daily tasks such as making to-do lists, reporting the news and weather, and interacting with other smart devices in the home. In 2018, the Amazon Alexa app was downloaded some 2,800 times per day from the Google Play store.† Assume that the number of downloads per day of the Amazon Alexa app is normally distributed with a mean of 2,800 and standard deviation of 860.

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