Sara S.

asked • 11/19/12

1,000 cars in the parking lot are surveyed and the average or mean mileage is 30,000 on those cars. If the standard deviation is 5,000, how many cars would fall

1,000 cars in the parking lot are surveyed and the average or mean mileage is 30,000 on those cars. If the standard deviation is 5,000, how many cars would fall in the range of mileage of 25,000 to 35,000 approximately?

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Mykola V. answered • 11/19/12

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Roslyn H.

 
What if we used 68% for 1 SD coverage and 96% for 2 SD 
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Roslyn H.

In the previous question how many cars approximately would have mileage between 30,000 and 40,000
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