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    If the height of the study population is normally distributed with a mean of 69.2 inches, the standard deviation is 2.9 inches, and I choose one member of the population randomly how could I find the probability that his height is more than 67 inches?

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    Suppose the height is X, from the condition it has mean m = 69.2 inches and the ...

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    This solution provides calculations for height given a probability.