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poppulation with a mean=100,standard deviation population=10, and n=40.
1) find mean of all values in apoplution.
2) find standard deviation population
3) p(82 LESS THAN 82 less than 97 find mean)

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  1. It seems that the data for 1 and 2 are in your description of the problem.

    I don't understand 3. It would be helpful to proofread your questions before you post them.

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