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# Question 2out of 10 pointsY is random variable that is distributed N(-9,153.76). Find k such that Prob(y 229.46 OR Y> k)-0.1150.Selected Answer: 5.88 Correct Ans...

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###### Question 2out of 10 pointsY is random variable that is distributed N(-9,153.76). Find k such that Prob(y 229.46 OR Y> k)-0.1150.Selected Answer: 5.88 Correct Answer: 9.724 Answer range +/- 0.02 (9.704 _ 9.744)urse MenuQuestion 3out of 10 pointsY is random variable that is distributed N(-4,163.84). Find k such that Prob(Y>k)-0.0027Selected Answer: 39.584 Correct Answer: 31.584 Answer range +/- 0.01 (31.574 - 31.594)

Question 2 out of 10 points Y is random variable that is distributed N(-9,153.76). Find k such that Prob(y 229.46 OR Y> k)-0.1150. Selected Answer: 5.88 Correct Answer: 9.724 Answer range +/- 0.02 (9.704 _ 9.744) urse Menu Question 3 out of 10 points Y is random variable that is distributed N(-4,163.84). Find k such that Prob(Y>k)-0.0027 Selected Answer: 39.584 Correct Answer: 31.584 Answer range +/- 0.01 (31.574 - 31.594)  #### Similar Solved Questions

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