The number of ants per acre in the forest is normally distributed with mean 43,000 and standard deviation 12,100. Let X = number of ants in a randomly selected acre of the forest. Round all answers to 4 decimal places where possible. a. What is the distribution of X? X - N( b. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre in the forest has fewer than 41,633 ants. c. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre has between 43,156 and 52,816 ants. d. Find the first quartile. ants (round your answer to a whole number)

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The number of ants per acre in the forest is normally distributed
with mean 43,000 and standard deviation 12,100. Let X = number of
ants in a randomly selected acre of the forest. Round all answers to
4 decimal places where possible.
a. What is the distribution of X? X - N(
b. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre in the forest
has fewer than 41,633 ants.
c. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre has between
43,156 and 52,816 ants.
d. Find the first quartile.
ants (round your answer to
a whole number)
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The number of ants per acre in the forest is normally distributed with mean 43,000 and standard deviation 12,100. Let X = number of ants in a randomly selected acre of the forest. Round all answers to 4 decimal places where possible. a. What is the distribution of X? X - N( b. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre in the forest has fewer than 41,633 ants. c. Find the probability that a randomly selected acre has between 43,156 and 52,816 ants. d. Find the first quartile. ants (round your answer to a whole number)

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