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    SOB's systolic blood pressure is a random variable with a mean of 145 mmHG and a standard deviation of 20mmHG. If the SOB's blood pressure is taken at a randomly chosen moment what is the probability it will be below 135? What is the probability it will be over 175?

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    SOB's systolic blood pressure is a random variable with a mean of 145 mmHG and a standard deviation of 20mmHG. If the SOB's blood pressure is taken at a randomly chosen moment what is the probability it will be below 135? What is the probability it will be over 175?

    We can assume the blood pressure to have normal distribution

    What is the probability it will be below 135? ...

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    Probability has been calculated using Normal Distribution.

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