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    Suppose that the actual amount of instant coffee that a filling machine puts into "6-ounce" jar is a random variable having a normal distribution with σ=0.05 ounce. If only 3 percent of the jar are to contain less than 6 ounces of coffee, what must be the mean fill of these jar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yan View Post
    Suppose that the actual amount of instant coffee that a filling machine puts into "6-ounce" jar is a random variable having a normal distribution with σ=0.05 ounce. If only 3 percent of the jar are to contain less than 6 ounces of coffee, what must be the mean fill of these jar?
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