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Question 19 The total snowfall per year in Laytonville is normally distributed with mean 99 inches and standard deviation 14 inches. Based on the Empirical Rule, what is the probability that in a randomly selected year, the snowfall was less than 127 inches? Enter your answer as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places if necessary. Provide your answer below: ( )%

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Using Empirical rule,

P( - 1< X < + 1) = 68%

P( - 2< X < + 2) = 95%

P( - 3< X < + 3) = 99.7%

P(X < 127) = 1 - 0.025 = 0.9750

Answer = 97.50%

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