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In 2010, babies born after a gestation period of 32 to 35 weeks had a mean weight of 2600 grams and a standard deviation of 660 grams. In the same year, babies born after a gestation period of 40 weeks had a mean weight of 3500 grams and a standard deviation of 470 grams. Suppose a 34-week gestation period baby weighs 3000 grams and a 40-week gestation period baby weighs 3900 grams. What is the z-score for the 34-week gestation period baby? What is the z-score for the 40-week gestation period baby? Which baby weighs less relative to the gestation period?


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