A calculator operates on two 1.5-V batteries (for a total of 3 V). The actualvoltage of a battery is normally distributed with = 1.5 and 2 = 0.45. Thetolerances in the design of the calculator are such that it will not operate sat-isfactorily if the total voltage falls outside the range 2.703.30 V. What is theprobability that the calculator will function correctly?

Assignment#5 Sana Nasim Problem#1 Response=c(18.2,27.2,15.9,41.0,18.9,24.0,14.5,43.9,12.9,22.4,15.1,36.3,14.4,22.5,14.2,39.9) FactorA=rep(c("Low","High","Low","High"),4) ; FactorA=as.factor(FactorA) FactorB=rep(c("Low","Low","High","High"),4) ; FactorB=as.factor(FactorB) Block=c(rep(1,4),rep(2,4),rep(3,4),rep(4,4)) Block=as.factor(Block) lm.1=aov(Response~Block+FactorA+FactorB+FactorA*FactorB)...