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Assume that a populatio of thousands of people whose responses were used to develop the anxiety test had scores that were normally distributed with m=30 and sd =10. What proportion of people in this population would have anxiety scores within each of the followin ranges of scores?

(a) below 20

(b) above 30

(c) Between 10 and 50

Either below 10 or above 50

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Let* X *be the anxiety score in a test.* X* follows normal distribution that has mean µ = 30 and the standard deviation σ = 10.

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(a)

The proportion of people in this population would have anxiety scores are below 20 is calculated below:

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(b)

The proportion of people in this population would have ...

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