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a. Generate a random sample of 100 data from a normal distribution with mean 50 and standard deviation 12.

b. Using the random sample of 100 data found in part a and the technology commands for calculating ordinate values on page 284, find the 100 corresponding $y$ values for the normal distribution curve with mean 50 and standard deviation 12.

c. Use the 100 ordered pairs found in part b to draw the curve for the normal distribution with mean 50 and standard deviation 12. (Technology commands are included with part b commands on p. 284.)

d. Using the technology commands for cumulative probability on page 285, find the probability that a randomly selected value from a normal distribution with mean 50 and standard deviation 12 will be between 55 and 65. Verify your results by using Table 3.

d. 0.2329,0.2316

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