#### The weight of oranges growing in an orchard is normally distributed with a mean weight of 7 oz. and a standard deviation of 1 oz. Using the empirical rule, what percentage of the oranges from the orchard weigh between 4 oz. and 10 oz.?

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Set this up under the “mound” curve with 7 in the dead center. One standard deviation to the right is 8, another one is 9, another one is 10. Do the same going to the left, but go down from 7 to 6 to 5 to 4. Between the 6 and the 8 you will find 68% of the weights; between the 5 and the 9 you will find 95 % of the weights; and between 4 and 10 you will find 99.7% of the weights.

The percentage of the oranges from the orchard weighing between 4 oz and 10 oz is 99.7%

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