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**woody198403** The diameter of an orange is normally distributed with mean 7cm and standard deviation 1cm. Using a series of sieves, we wish to sort the oranges into three classes. Class 1 should contain large oranges, class 2 should contain medium oranges, and class 3 should contain small oranges in the proportion of 20%, 50%, and 30%.

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Q1) How should we choose the gaps d1 and d2?

Q2) If the gaps are appropriately choses, what is the probability that out of 10 oranges, 6 or more oranges fall into class 2?