The graph illustrates a normal distribution for the prices paid for a particular model of HD television. The mean price paid is $2000 and the standard deviation is $115. The empirical rule, also known as the 68-95-99.7% rule is an estimate of the spread of a data. Use your knowledge of the empirical rule to calculate your answers as approximate percentages. (Please only refer to the z-table if you want to check if the approximation is close.) 1655 1770 1885 2000 2115 2230 2345 Distribution of Prices What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid less than $1770? 2.28 x What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2345? 49.85 What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2115? 34 What is the approvimate percentage of buvers who paid more tban $23452

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The graph illustrates a normal distribution for the prices paid for a particular model of HD television. The
mean price paid is $2000 and the standard deviation is $115.
The empirical rule, also known as the 68-95-99.7% rule is an estimate of the spread of a data. Use your
knowledge of the empirical rule to calculate your answers as approximate percentages. (Please only refer
to the z-table if you want to check if the approximation is close.)
1655 1770 1885 2000
2115 2230 2345
Distribution of Prices
What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid less than $1770?
2.28
x
What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2345?
49.85
What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2115?
34
What is the approvimate percentage of buvers who paid more tban $23452
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The graph illustrates a normal distribution for the prices paid for a particular model of HD television. The mean price paid is $2000 and the standard deviation is $115. The empirical rule, also known as the 68-95-99.7% rule is an estimate of the spread of a data. Use your knowledge of the empirical rule to calculate your answers as approximate percentages. (Please only refer to the z-table if you want to check if the approximation is close.) 1655 1770 1885 2000 2115 2230 2345 Distribution of Prices What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid less than $1770? 2.28 x What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2345? 49.85 What is the approximate percentage of buyers who paid between $2000 and $2115? 34 What is the approvimate percentage of buvers who paid more tban $23452

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