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ProbabilityQ&A LibraryThe Addiction Severity Index (ASI) measures the impact of addiction on a person’s personal, family, and work life. among addicts who respond to the survey, the mean score on the ASI is 145, with a standard deviation of 17.5. Scores are normally distributed. A. Draw the normal curve and label it with raw scores for mean, plus and minus one standard deviation, plus and minus two standard deviations. (You will have 5 marks along the x axis in all.) B. What is the probability of a score lower than 145? C. What is the probability of a score higher than 162.5? D. What is the probability that a randomly selected respondeStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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*T*he Addiction Severity Index (ASI) measures the impact of addiction on a person’s personal, family, and work life. among addicts who respond to the survey, the mean score on the ASI is 145, with a standard deviation of 17.5. Scores are normally distributed.

A. Draw the normal curve and label it with raw scores for mean, plus and minus one standard deviation, plus and minus two standard deviations. (You will have 5 marks along the x axis in all.)

B. What is the probability of a score lower than 145?

C. What is the probability of a score higher than 162.5?

D. What is the probability that a randomly selected respondent will have an ASI score between 130 and 150?

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