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Elena conducts an experiment in which she ï¬lls up the gas tank on her Toyota Camry 40 times and records the miles per gallon for each ï¬ll-

up. A histogram of the miles per gallon indicates that a normal distribution with a mean of 24.6 miles per gallon and a standard deviation of 3.2 miles per gallon could be used to model the gas mileage for her car.

(a) The ï¬gure represents the normal curve with µ = 24.6 miles per gallon and Ïƒ = 3.2 miles per gallon. The area under the curve to the right of x = 26 is 0.3309. Provide two interpretations of this area.

up. A histogram of the miles per gallon indicates that a normal distribution with a mean of 24.6 miles per gallon and a standard deviation of 3.2 miles per gallon could be used to model the gas mileage for her car.

(a) The ï¬gure represents the normal curve with µ = 24.6 miles per gallon and Ïƒ = 3.2 miles per gallon. The area under the curve to the right of x = 26 is 0.3309. Provide two interpretations of this area.

(b) The ï¬gure at the top of the next column represents the normal curve with µ = 24.6 miles per gallon and Ïƒ = 3.2 miles per gallon. The area under the curve between x = 18 and x = 21 is 0.1107. Provide two interpretations of this area.

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