The normal curve homework questions.Please write your answers in the table to the left for #1, and circle or highlight for #2Show the answer based on the Empirical Rule (pg 670) when possible, then using the Table.Name:The weights of the Imaginary Texas Winter Melon are normally distributed with a mean of20 pounds and a standard deviation of 4 pounds. Do the following exercises usinganything from your notes and the table provided following all the questions.1. e) What percentage of these melons weighs between 16 and 24 pounds?f) What percentage of these melons weighs between 12 and28 pounds?g) What percentage of these melons weighs between 8 and32 pounds?h) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 20pounds?) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 8pounds?

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Can you please explain how to solve part i, using both the empirical rule and using a Z table? 

The normal curve homework questions.
Please write your answers in the table to the left for #1, and circle or highlight for #2
Show the answer based on the Empirical Rule (pg 670) when possible, then using the Table.
Name:
The weights of the Imaginary Texas Winter Melon are normally distributed with a mean of
20 pounds and a standard deviation of 4 pounds. Do the following exercises using
anything from your notes and the table provided following all the questions.
1.
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The normal curve homework questions. Please write your answers in the table to the left for #1, and circle or highlight for #2 Show the answer based on the Empirical Rule (pg 670) when possible, then using the Table. Name: The weights of the Imaginary Texas Winter Melon are normally distributed with a mean of 20 pounds and a standard deviation of 4 pounds. Do the following exercises using anything from your notes and the table provided following all the questions. 1.

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e) What percentage of these melons weighs between 16 and 24 pounds?
f) What percentage of these melons weighs between 12 and
28 pounds?
g) What percentage of these melons weighs between 8 and
32 pounds?
h) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 20
pounds?
) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 8
pounds?
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e) What percentage of these melons weighs between 16 and 24 pounds? f) What percentage of these melons weighs between 12 and 28 pounds? g) What percentage of these melons weighs between 8 and 32 pounds? h) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 20 pounds? ) What percentage of these melons weighs less than 8 pounds?

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i) Consider X be a random variable which follows random variable indicates the weight of melons. The mean is 20 pounds with a standard deviation of 4 pounds.

The probability that these melons weighs less than 8 pounds is,

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8-20 x-u P(X < 8) P 4 P(<-3) (Using standard normal table) 0.00 13

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Therefore, the required percentage is,

Percentage = Probab...

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