1. ## Probability

A factory produces chocolates bar with nominal weight of 70 g each. The weight of the chocolates bars are normally distributed with mean 60g and variance 1.5 g. What is the probability that a chocolate bar has a weight greater than the nominal weight by 10%?

2. Originally Posted by hooke
A factory produces chocolates bar with nominal weight of 70 g each. The weight of the chocolates bars are normally distributed with mean 60g and variance 1.5 g. What is the probability that a chocolate bar has a weight greater than the nominal weight by 10%?
Please check the number and wording of this post. Distinguish between variance and standard deviation and check the mean and nominal weights.

CB

3. Originally Posted by CaptainBlack
Please check the number and wording of this post. Distinguish between variance and standard deviation and check the mean and nominal weights.

CB
Thanks CB, i do not have the question with me right now and that's all i could recall.

I would like to know how to set up the probability here.