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a) There are classes of 234 students, find the mean and standart deviation for the number born on the 4th of July. Ignore leap years.The value of the mean is
\(\displaystyle\mu\)
= (Round to six decimal places as needed)
Yhe value of the standart deviation is
\(\displaystyle\sigma\)
= (Round to six decimal places as needed)
b) In a class of 234 students, would two be an unusually high number who were born on the 4th of July? Would 2 be an unussually high number of individuals who were born on the 4th of July?
A. This result is unlikely because 2 is within the range of usual values.
B. No, because 2 is within the range of usual values.
C. Yes, because 2 is greater than the maximum usual value.
D. Yes, because 2 is below the minimum usual value.
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