# statistic Interpreting Normal Distributions

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a) The probability that an Atlantic croaker chosen at random will have a length less than 7 is 0.0668. Thus, there is a 6.68% chance that the fish length will be less than 7.

b) The probability that the length of the fish is between 7 and 15 is 0.9270, which is 92.70%.

c) There is a 0.0062 probability of randomly selecting a fish with a length greater than 15. Thus, 0.62% of Atlantic croakers have length greater than 15.

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