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If the population is bell-shaped, then the interval that is 3 standard deviation away from the center contains what percent of data in the population?

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The mean length of the first 20 space shuttle flights was about 7 days, and
the standard deviation was about 2 days. On the basis of Chebychev’s
Theorem, at least how many of the flights lasted between 3 days and 11
days?

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