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# Suppose that the value of a stock varies each day from$19 to$28 with a uniform distribution.(a) Find the probability that the value of the stock is morethan $21. (... ## Question ###### Suppose that the value of a stock varies each day from$19 to $28 with a uniform distribution.(a) Find the probability that the value of the stock is morethan$21. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)(b) Find the probability that the value of the stock is between$21 and$26. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)(c) Find the upper quartile; 25% of all days the stock is abovewhat value? (Enter your answer to the nearest cent.)$Draw the graph.(d) Given that the stock is greater than$2

Suppose that the value of a stock varies each day from $19 to$28 with a uniform distribution. (a) Find the probability that the value of the stock is more than $21. (Round your answer to four decimal places.) (b) Find the probability that the value of the stock is between$21 and $26. (Round your answer to four decimal places.) (c) Find the upper quartile; 25% of all days the stock is above what value? (Enter your answer to the nearest cent.)$ Draw the graph. (d) Given that the stock is greater than $20, find the probability that the stock is more than$25. (Round your answer to four decimal places.)

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