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New York City is the most expensive city in the United States for lodging. The mean hotel room rate is $204 per night.† Assume that room rates are normally distributed with a standard deviation of $55.

a) What is the probability that a hotel room costs $235 or more per night?

b)What is the probability that a hotel room costs less than $110 per night?

c)What is the probability that a hotel room costs between $210 and $290 per night?

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