# Question

If X is a normal random variable with parameters μ = 10 and σ2 = 36, compute

(a) P{X > 5};

(b) P{4 < X < 16};

(c) P{X < 8};

(d) P{X < 20};

(e) P{X > 16}.

(a) P{X > 5};

(b) P{4 < X < 16};

(c) P{X < 8};

(d) P{X < 20};

(e) P{X > 16}.

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