# Question

A filling station is supplied with gasoline once a week. If its weekly volume of sales in thousands of gallons is a random variable with probability density function

what must the capacity of the tank be so that the probability of the supply’s being exhausted in a given week is .01?

what must the capacity of the tank be so that the probability of the supply’s being exhausted in a given week is .01?

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