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Physics, 03.07.2019 17:20 poniatowski23

Suppose that the weight of navel oranges is normally distributed with a mean of μ=6 ounces and a standard deviation of σ=0.8 ounces. from this, one can conclude that 80% of all naval oranges must be below what weight? use a ti-83, ti-83 plus, or ti-84 calculator, and round your answer to two decimal places.

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