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The Acme Company manufactures widgets. The distribution of widget weights is bell-shaped with a mean of 63 ounces
and a standard deviation of 11 ounces. Using the Empirical Rule, answer the following questions. Suggestion: Sketch
the distribution.
a) 99.7% of the widget weights lie between 1
and
b) What percentage of the widget weights lie between 41 and 96 ounces?
c) What percentage of the widget weights lie below 74?

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The Acme Company manufactures widgets. The distribution of widget weights is bell-shaped with a mean of 63 ounces and a standard deviation of 11 ounces. Using the Empirical Rule, answer the following questions. Suggestion: Sketch the distribution. a) 99.7% of the widget weights lie between 1 and b) What percentage of the widget weights lie between 41 and 96 ounces? c) What percentage of the widget weights lie below 74?

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