Question

**A machine dispensing cola at a bottling dispenses a mean
of 340 mL of cola per bottle with a standard deviation of 6 mL At
least ______ percent of bottles will be filled with between 331mL
and 349 mL of cola.**

Answer #1

**= 86.64%**

**At least 86.64 percent of bottles will be filled with
between 331 ml and 349 ml of cola.**

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