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Assuming that the heights of college women are normally
distributed with mean 60 inches and standard deviation 2.0 inches,
answer the following questions. (*Hint*: Use the figure
below with mean *μ* and standard deviation *σ*.)

(a) What percentage of women are taller than 60 inches?

%

(b) What percentage of women are shorter than 60 inches?

%

(c) What percentage of women are between 58.0 inches and 62.0
inches?

%

(d) What percentage of women are between 56.0 and 64.0
inches?

%

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below with mean μ and standard deviation σ.)
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%
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