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Question 249:

A nationally standardized test is scaled so that the normally distributed scores have a mean of 80 and a standard deviation of 10 in the population. If we have a group of 25 scores from this test, and compute the mean, what is the probability that this mean will be:
a. Below 82?
b. Below 76?
c. Above 80?

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