The age of children in kindergarten on the first day of school is uniformly distributed between 4.73 and 5.75 years old. A first time kindergarten child is selected at random. Round answers to 4 decimal places if possible.   The probability that the child will be between 4.83 and 5.53 years old is  If such a child is at the 19th percentile, how old is that child?  years old

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The age of children in kindergarten on the first day of school is uniformly distributed between 4.73 and 5.75 years old. A first time kindergarten child is selected at random. Round answers to 4 decimal places if possible.

 

The probability that the child will be between 4.83 and 5.53 years old is 

If such a child is at the 19th percentile, how old is that child?  years old

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