Suppose that daily demand for regular gasoline at a certain gas station is normally distributed with a mean of 1000 gallons and a standard deviation of 100 gallons. The station manager has just opened the station business and notes that there is exactly 1,100 gallons of regular gasoline storage. The next delivery is scheduled later today at the close of the business. The station manager would like to know the probability that he will enough regular gasoline to satisfy today's demands. (Show your Solution.)
cost of tshirt is 40
50=x + y
let X -cost of shirt
Y -cost of tie
X = Y+30
50=Y + 30 + Y
80= 2 Y
Let...x be the number of boysx + 26 be the number of girls
Getting the number of boys.
Now, let's get the number of girls by substituting.
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