Posted by **Ion** on Thursday, March 4, 2010 at 9:00am.

The USDA size standards for eggs are based on weight and are as follows:

SMALL: greater than 43 grams, less than 50 grams

MEDIUM: greater than 50 grams, less than 57 grams

LARGE: greater than 57 grams, less than 64 grams

EXTRA LARGE: greater than 64 grams, less than 71 grams

JUMBO: greater than 71 grams.

The output of a particular egg farm has a mean weight of 62 grams with a standard deviation of 8 grams. What is the percentage of egg output of this farm in each size category?

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