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Population μ=156.5 and σ=0.25, how common are values between 155 and 156?
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Values between 155 and 156 is uncommon to very rare. They occur between -2 and -6 std dev.
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156+2(0.25)= 156.5

156-2(0.25)= 155.5

the values that occur between 155 and 156 are very common because they within two standard deviation of the mean.
by Wooden (2,549 points)

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