You are taking statistics- don't you know what a normal distribution [b]is[b]. First consult a table of the

**standard** normal distribution to see how many standard deviations from the mean lie within 95% or 99%.

**Then** use the mean and standard deviation you have calculated to find the numbers you want. The table at

Standard Normal Distribution Table tells me that 95% of the standard normal distribution is within 1.91 standard deviations of the mean. Since the standard deviation, in the last problem, is 4.76, 95% will be within (1.91)(4.76), or approximately 9, of the mean. Since the mean is 19, that is from 19- 9= 10 to 19+ 9= 28.