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# The amount of financial aid awarded by a university to a student applicant is thought to...

1. The amount of financial aid awarded by a university to a student applicant is thought to be a normally distributed random variable with a mean of \$10,000 and a standard deviation of \$3,500. Find the following probabilities:
2. the probability that exactly \$12,000 is awarded to a student applicant
3. the probability that more than \$11,000 is awarded to a student applicant
4. the probability that fewer than \$13,000 is awarded to a student applicant
5. the probability that at least \$8,500 is awarded to a student applicant
6. the probability that at most \$9,000 is awarded to a student applicant
7. the probability that between \$10,000 and \$13,500 is awarded to a student applicant
8. the probability that between \$5,500 and \$10,000 is awarded to a student applicant
9. the probability that between \$6,000 and \$9,500 is awarded to a student applicant
10. the probability that between \$14,000 and \$17,500 is awarded to a student applicant
11. the probability that between \$7,500 and \$10,500 is awarded to a student applicant   #### Earn Coins

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