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Assume that the variable under consideration has a density

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Assume that the variable under consideration has a density curve. The area under the density curve that lies between 101and 14 is 0.627. What percentage of all possible observations of the variable are either less than 10 or greater than 14​?
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Submitted: 11 months ago.
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Assuming that the total area under the density curve is 1 (which is usually the case), if the area between 10 and 14 is 0.627, then the combined area under 10 and over 14 would be 1 - 0.627 = 0.373.

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