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A machine at Keats Corporation fills 64-ounce detergent jugs. The machine can be adjusted to pour, on average, any amount of detergent into these jugs. However, the machine does not pour exactly the same amount of detergent into each jug; it varies from jug to jug. It is known that the net amount of detergent poured into each jug has a normal distribution with a standard deviation of .35 ounce. The quality control inspector wants to adjust the machine such that at least 95% of the jugs have more than 64 ounces of detergent. What should the mean amount of detergent poured by this machine into these jugs be?


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