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Technology Assignment #5, Napawat Titipunya
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The first result show the percentage of person that has the same height or taller than me.

The percentage for person who is as tall or taller than me is 0.37%

The second result show the percentage of people that are taller than or equal to 68

The third result show the people that are equal to or shorter than 71

The percentage of people who are in the range of 68-71 is 0.31%

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By rpotter@rollins.edu
Oct 6, 2011

The PROBABILITY that someone is your height or greater is 0.37. Therefore, 37% of the students are your height or greater.

You need to calculate the probability that someone is LESS THAN 68 inches, and subtract that from the probability someone is less than 71 inches to find the probability someone is between 68 and 71 inches.

B. Potter

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