Farmer counting grasshoppers in his fields, Mathematics

Farmer counting grasshoppers in his fields, probably not normally distributed due to growing conditions. After various rows the mean number of grasshoppers is 57 SD 12. What will be the probability that farmer will count 52 or fewer on average on next 40 rows down which he drives his tractor.

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