# Question

Although controversial and the subject of some recent law suits (e.g., Satchell et al. vs. FedEx Express), some human resource departments administer standard IQ tests to all employees. The Stanford-Binet test scores are well modeled by a Normal model with mean 100 and standard deviation 16. If the applicant pool is well modeled by this distribution, a randomly selected applicant would have what probability of scoring in the following regions?

a) 100 or below

b) Above 148

c) Between 84 and 116

d) Above 132

a) 100 or below

b) Above 148

c) Between 84 and 116

d) Above 132

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