The average price of a college math textbook Is $172 and the stand is $25. Suppose that are randomly chosen. Round all and where possible. b) for the group of 49, $169 and $172. c) find the first quartile for the average textbook price for this sample size Rounded to the nearest cent d) referring to part B is the assumption that the distribution is normal?

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The average price of a college math textbook Is $172 and the stand is $25. Suppose that are randomly chosen. Round all and where possible.

b) for the group of 49, $169 and $172.

c) find the first quartile for the average textbook price for this sample size Rounded to the nearest cent

d) referring to part B is the assumption that the distribution is normal? 

 

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