?You Explain It! Birth Weights The birth weights of full-term babies are normally distributed with mean ? = 3400 grams and ? = 505 grams. Source: BasedChapter 7, Problem 33
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You Explain It! Birth Weights The birth weights of full-term babies are normally distributed with mean μ = 3400 grams and σ = 505 grams. Source: Based on data obtained from the National Vital Statistics Report, Vol. 48, No. 3
(a) Draw a normal curve with the parameters labeled.
(b) Shade the region that represents the proportion of full-term babies who weigh more than 4410 grams.
(c) Suppose the area under the normal curve to the right of x = 4410 is 0.0228. Provide two interpretations of this result.