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Assume that the amount of cornflakes in a box is normally

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assume that the amount of cornflakes in a box is normally distributed with a mean of 18oz and a standard deviation of 0.2oz. If the manufacturer produces 100,000 boxes, how many will contain less than 17.91 oz of corn flakes?
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Category: Calculus and Above
Expert:  Mr. Glenn replied 2 years ago.
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Expert:  Mr. Glenn replied 2 years ago.
P(x < 17.91 oz) =###-##-#### ***** approx 32636 boxes contain less than 17.91 oz corn flakes
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