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StatisticsQ&A LibraryThe time that it takes for the next train to come follows a Uniform distribution with f(x) =1/20 where x goes between 6 and 26 minutes. Round answers to 4 decimal places when possible. This is a Select an answer Uniform Normal distribution. It is a Select an answer Continuous Discrete distribution. The mean of this distribution is The standard deviation is Find the probability that the time will be at most 17 minutes. Find the probability that the time will be between 13 and 22 minutes. Find the 32nd percentile. Find the probability that the time is more than 16 minutes given (or knowing that) it is at least 9 minutes.Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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The time that it takes for the next train to come follows a Uniform distribution with f(x) =1/20 where x goes between 6 and 26 minutes. Round answers to 4 decimal places when possible.

- This is a Select an answer Uniform Normal distribution.
- It is a Select an answer Continuous Discrete distribution.
- The mean of this distribution is
- The standard deviation is
- Find the probability that the time will be at most 17 minutes.
- Find the probability that the time will be between 13 and 22 minutes.
- Find the 32nd percentile.
- Find the probability that the time is more than 16 minutes given (or knowing that) it is at least 9 minutes.

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