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posted by Stacey .
how did you come to this answer?
The answer is approximately =0.017
b) Ten Cobalts are randomly selected and the miles per gallon for each car are recorded. What is the probability that the mean miles per gallon exceed 34 miles per gallon?
The final answer will be = 0.0351
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