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Yearly stock returns on India's Sensex Index are well described by a Normal model with a mean of 18.36% and a standard deviation of 14.65%. give the stock return cutoff for the middle 30% of all years.
I used TI83 Calc. for these. Can someone check them? Thank you!
Q1=InvNorm(.35,16.36,14.65)=10.72
Q3=InvNorm(.65,16.36,14.65)=22.00
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