# For the following questions, assume there is a process for filling 16 ounce cans of Soda-Pop

For the following questions, assume there is a process for filling 16 ounce cans of Soda-Pop. The actual amount of Pop in the cans is normally distributed with mean 16.04 ounces and a standard deviation of .03 ounces

Question 6 of 10

What is the probability of finding 15.99 ounces or less in a Pop?

A. .02275

B. .0478

C. .0510

D. .1150

Question 7 of 10

If we bought a six-pack of Pop, what is the probability that we would get at least one Pop with 15.99 ounces or less Pop in it?

A. .048

B. .094

C. .141

D. .255

E. .368

Question 8 of 10

What level of ounces would we expect 95% of Pop to be equal or less than:

A. 16.045

B. 16.066

C. 16.089

D. 16.121

For the following questions, assume there is a process for filling 16 ounce cans of Soda-Pop

Purchase the answer to view it