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In math 334 one semester, the average student made 1200 computations per month with a standard deviation of 150 computations. Assume that the number of computations is approximated by a normal curve. Find the percent of students making between 1200 and 1600 computations a month.

2. Relevant equations

standard bell curve equation. I don't really know what specific ones I'm supposed to use for a problem like this.

3. The attempt at a solution

I figured that the answer would have to be the prob. of a student making less than 1200* the prob of a student making less than 1600. Which would be 1/2*prob of making less than 1600, which I can't seem to figure out.

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