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According to Chance magazine ([1993], 6, no. 3, p. 5), the mean healthy adult temperature is around 98.2┬░ Fahrenheit, not the previously assumed value of 98.6┬░. Suppose the standard deviation is 0.6 degree and the population of healthy temperatures is bell-shaped.
a. What proportion of the population have temperatures at or below the presumed norm of 98.6┬░?
b. Would it be accurate to say that the normal healthy adult temperature is 98.2┬░ Fahrenheit? Explain.


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