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Considering a full-grown show-quality male Siberian Husky has a mean weight of 52.5 kg, with SD of 7.5 kg, how common are male huskies in the 37.5 – 45 kg range?
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P(X<37.5) Z= x-μ / σ

= 37.5 - 52.5 / 7.5

= -2

P(X<45) Z = x-μ / σ

=45-52.5 / 7.5

= -1

P(-2 <= Z <= -1) = 0.15866 - 0.02275 (from Z-tables)

= 0.13591

≈ 13.6 %
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