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Not everyone pays the same price for
the same model of a car. The figure
illustrates a normal distribution for the
prices paid for a particular model of a
new car. The mean is $19.000 and the
standard deviation is $2000.
Use the 68-95 99.7 Rule to find what
percentage of buyers paid between
$15,000 and $19,000.
Number of Car Buyers
Price of a Model of a New Car (Thousa)
The percentage of buyers who paid between $15,000 and $19,000 is 1%.
(Type an exact answer.)
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