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Question 7062:

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Here is the distribution of the length of a call at a call center:

A plot showing a curve starting at y equals 0.5 when x equals 0, decreasing to y equals about 0.2 when x equals 2, to y equals a little less than 0.1 when x equals 4, to y close to zero when x equals 6 and y almost zero when x equals 8.

The distribution's mean and standard deviation are both 2.0. Each day a sample of 100 calls is selected and the average length of those calls is recorded. Check all the items below that describe the distribution of those sample averages.

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