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Suppose the horses in a large they will have a mean way of 818 pounds in a variance of 3481. What is the probability that the mean weight of the sample of horses with differ from the population mean by more than 18 pounds is 34 horses are sampled at random from the stable.

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Answer to a math question Suppose the horses in a large they will have a mean way of 818 pounds in a variance of 3481. What is the probability that the mean weight of the sample of horses with differ from the population mean by more than 18 pounds is 34 horses are sampled at random from the stable.

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