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At a large university, the mean amount spent by students for cell phone service is $38.90 per month with a standard deviation of $3.64 per month. Consider a group of 44 randomly chosen university students. What is the probability that the mean amount of their monthly cell phone bills differs from the mean for the university by more than $1?

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