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Monitors manufactured by TSI Electronics have life spans that have a normal distribution with a variance of 2,250,000 and a mean life span of 13,000 hours. If a monitor is selected at random, find the probability that the life span of the monitor will be more than 14,650 hours. Round your answer to four decimal places.  

 
 

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