Suppose that prices of a gallon of milk at various stores in one town have a mean of $3.71 with a standard deviation of $0.10. using chebyshev's theorem, what is the minimum percentage of stores that sell a gallon of milk for between $3.41 and $4.01? round your answer to one decimal place.



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The answer is c. 7 (i think) i’m almost sure though

452,489 to the nearest thousand is 452,000

x = 12

y = 15

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