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The annual per capita consumption of oranges (in pounds) in the United States can be approximated by a normal distribution. The mean annual per capita of oranges is 19.2 with a standard deviation of 4 pounds.

what annual per capita consumption of oranges represents the 3rd quartile?

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It is given that the mean and standard deviation are 19.2 and 4, respectively.

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