probability and statistics
posted by kwilcox .
Out of a group of 100 US residents, how many would you expect to have travelled no more than 386.9 miles in any given year?

Is that maximum miles from home or total miles traveled? Have you been provided any statistical data on which to make a guess?
Unless confined to a care facility or prison, most Americans travel much more than a mile a day.
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