# Central limit theorem for population

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Sample sizes of 50 are selected from a normal population with a mean of 78.1 and standard deviation of 16.2. Calculate the probability that a single value selected at random will be between 71.1 and 85.1

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The central limit theorem for populations is determined. The expert calculates the probability that a single value selected at random will be between 71.1 and 85.1.

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