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According to a random sample taken at 12 A.M., body temperatures of healthy adults have a bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.08degrees F and a standard deviation of 0.59degreesF.

Using Chebyshev's theorem, what do we know about the percentage of healthy adults with body temperatures that are within 3 standard deviations of the mean?

What are the minimum and maximum possible body temperatures that are within 3 standard deviations of the mean?

Answer #1

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.14degreesF and a
standard deviation of 0.56degreesF. Using the empirical rule, find
each approximate percentage below. a. What is the approximate
percentage of healthy adults with body temperatures within 3
standard deviations of the mean, or between 96.46degreesF and
99.82degreesF? b. What is the approximate percentage of healthy
adults with body temperatures between 97.02degreesF and
99.26degreesF?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.25degreesF and a
standard deviation of 0.48degreesF. Using the empirical rule, find
each approximate percentage below.
a. What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with
body temperatures within 3 standard deviations of the mean, or
between 96.81degreesF and 99.69degreesF?
b. What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with
body temperatures between 97.29degreesF and 99.21degreesF?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.24°F and a standard
deviation of 0.64°F. Using the empirical rule, find each
approximate percentage below. (do not round)
a.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures within 3 standard deviations of the mean, or between
96.32°F and 100.16°F?
b.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures between 97.60°F and 98.88°F?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of
98.14°F and a standard deviation of 0.57°F.
Using the empirical rule, find each approximate percentage
below.
a.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures within
2 standard deviations of the mean, or between 97.00°F and
99.28°F?
b.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures between
97.57°F and 98.71°F?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of
98.17 degrees°F and a standard deviation of 0.41degrees°F. Using
the empirical rule, find each approximate percentage below.
a.
What
is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures within 22 standard deviations of the mean, or
between 97.35
degrees°F and 98.99 degrees° F?
b.
What
is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures between 97.76 degrees°F and
98.58 degrees°
F?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.37degreesF and a
standard deviation of 0.51degreesF. Using the empirical rule, find
each approximate percentage below.
a. What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with
body temperatures within 2 standard deviations of the mean, or
between 97.35degreesF and 99.39degreesF?
b. What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with
body temperatures between 96.84degreesF and 99.90degreesF? a.
Approximately nothing% of healthy adults in...

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.08degreesF and a
standard deviation of 0.69degreesF. Using the empirical rule, find
each approximate percentage below. a. What is the approximate
percentage of healthy adults with body temperatures within 2
standard deviations of the mean, or between 96.70degreesF and
99.46degreesF? b. What is the approximate percentage of healthy
adults with body temperatures between 96.01degreesF and
100.15degreesF? a. Approximately nothing% of healthy adults in...

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of
98.1698.16degrees°F
and a standard deviation of
0.590.59degrees°F.
Using the empirical rule, find each approximate percentage
below.
a.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures within
33
standard
deviationsdeviations
of the mean, or between
96.3996.39degrees°F
and
99.9399.93degrees°F?
b.
What is the approximate percentage of healthy adults with body
temperatures between
97.5797.57degrees°F
and
98.7598.75degrees°F?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 98.2998.29degrees°F and a
standard deviation of 0.650.65degrees°F. Using the empirical rule,
find each approximate percentage below. a. What is the approximate
percentage of healthy adults with body temperatures within 22
standard deviationsdeviations of the mean, or between
96.9996.99degrees°F and 99.5999.59degrees°F? b. What is the
approximate percentage of healthy adults with body temperatures
between 96.3496.34degrees°F and 100.24100.24degrees°F?

The body temperatures of a group of healthy adults have a
bell-shaped distribution with a mean of 97.64 oF and a standard
deviation of 0.17 oF. What is the approximate percentage of body
temperatures within one standard deviation of the mean?

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