The weight of eggs from a local farm are Normally distributed with mean of 2.1 ounces and a standard deviation of 0.25 ounces. A graph titled Weight of Eggs has ounces on the x-axis going from 1.35 to 2.85 in increments of 0.25. The highest point of the curve is at 2.1. Everything to the left of that point and under the curve is labeled average, everything to the right is large.

An egg that weighs 2.0 ounces or more is labeled large and anything below is labeled average.

What percent of eggs from this farm are labeled as large? Round to the nearest tenth.



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