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Midterm exam scores are normally distributed with a mean of 75 and a standard deviation of 6. If the exam is given to 10,000 students, we would expect

  • A. Almost all scores to fall between 70 and 83.
  • B. Half the scores to fall between 64 and 88.
  • C. No one to have received a score of 87.
  • D. No one to have received a score below 63.
  • E. Just over one third of the scores to fall between 75 and 81

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