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Suppose probation officer caseloads have a mean of 115 offenders

Suppose probation officer caseloads have a mean of 115 offenders and a standard deviation of 10. Assuming caseload sizes are normally distributed, determine

a. The probability that a particular probation officer has a caseload between 90 and

105.

b. The probability that a particular probation officer has a caseload larger than 135.

c. The probability that four probation officers have a caseload larger than 135.

a. The probability that a particular probation officer has a caseload between 90 and

105.

b. The probability that a particular probation officer has a caseload larger than 135.

c. The probability that four probation officers have a caseload larger than 135.

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