Find out value of the probability, Basic Statistics

Q1 Choose the option that is closest to the exact value of the probability P(30 ≤ X < 33).

 Q2 Choose the option that is closest to the approximate value of the probability P(30 ≤ X < 33) that is obtained using the central limit theorem with a continuity correction. (You should not use MINITAB for this calculation.)

Options for Questions 12 and 13

A 0.114 B 0.118 C 0.161 D 0.168

E 0.225 F 0.233 G None of the above

 

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