Infrared spectroscopy is often used to determine the natural rubber content of mixtures of natural and synthetic rubber. For mixtures of known percentages, the infrared spectroscopy gave the following readings: Percentage 0 20 40 60 80 100 Reading .734 .885 1.050 1.191 1.314 1.432 If a new mixture gives an infrared spectroscopy reading of 1.15, estimate its percentage of natural rubber.

----- Chapter 5 - Normal Distribution/Sampling Distribution ----- Lecture 10/16/2017 → Section 5.1 ← Probability Density Function A probability density function is a function that is used to compute probabilities of continuous random variables with the following two properties. o The graph of the equation must lie on or above the horizontal axis....