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The town of *KnowWearSpatial, U.S.A.* operates a rubbish waste disposal facility that is overloaded if its 5030 households discard waste with weights having a mean that exceeds 26.49 lb/wk. For many different weeks, it is found that the samples of 5030 households have weights that are normally distributed with a mean of 26.23 lb and a standard deviation of 12.49 lb.

What is the proportion of weeks in which the waste disposal facility is overloaded?

P(*M* > 26.49) = __________

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