x

P(x)


Below 60

0.03

60dash–64

0.07

65dash–69

0.18

70dash–74

0.26

75dash–79

0.23

80dash–84

0.09

85dash–89

0.07

90dash–94

0.03

95dash–99

0.03

100 or above

0.01

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