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You have a position open and are trying to hire

You have a position open and are trying to hire a new person. Assume that the new person’s experience will follow a normal distribution with the mean and (sample) standard deviation of your current employees.

a. Find the probability that the new person will have more than six years of experience.

b. Find the probability that the new person will have less than three years of experience.

c. Find the probability that the new person will have between four and seven years of experience.

a. Find the probability that the new person will have more than six years of experience.

b. Find the probability that the new person will have less than three years of experience.

c. Find the probability that the new person will have between four and seven years of experience.

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