# statistics

every year thousands of students take the SAT'S. Recent trends show that the scores on the verbal section follow an approx. normal distribution with mean of 350 and stand. deviation of 110

A)a student is chosen at random. it is noted that only 8% of students have scored higher. what score did the student receive.

b)68.26% of students who take the SAT SCORE BETWEEN _____ AND______
95.44% OF STUDENTS WHO TAKE THE SAT SCORE BETWEEN _____AND_____
99.74% OS STUDENTS WHO TAKE THE SAT SCORE BETWEEN _____AND______

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1. Idk how to do a but for part b just use the emperical formula i think? except the numbers r kinda funky....so for 68.26 it wud be between 240 and 460, for 95.44 it wud be 130 and 570, and for 99.74 it wud be 20 and 680!

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