Data Management
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The teacher of a Data Management class, in which the class average is 68% with a standard deviation of 8.5%, has offered to help up to 10% of the students after school with their projects. Using the normal distribution, how should the teacher decide who will get help? Explain.

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The teacher of a Data Management class, in which the class average is 68% with a standard deviation of 8.5%, has offered to help up to 10% of the students after school with their projects. Using the normal distribution, how should the teacher decide who will get help? Explain.

Data Management 
Anonymous
The teacher of a Data Management class, in which the class average is 68% with a standard deviation of 8.5%, has offered to help up to 10% of the students after school with their projects. Using the normal distribution, how should the teacher decide who will get help? Explain
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