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# If the temperature at which a certain compound melts is a

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## Solution for problem 23E Chapter 4

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Problem 23E

If the temperature at which a certain compound melts is a random variable with mean value 120 °and standard deviation 2 °C, what are the mean temperature and standard deviation measured in ?F[Hint : 1.8 °C + 32.]

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Solution : Step 1 : It is given thathe temperature at which a certain compound melts is a random variable with mean value 120 °and standard deviation 2 °C. We have to find the mean temperature and standard deviation in F.

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