Given that income distribution in Utica is normal, it is possible to use Table A to estimate the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500. This is because the value of $52,500 can be standardized, and the cumulative proportion for the estimated z-score can be found. This cumulative proportion will be the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500.

# The mean income of households in Utica is $50,000 with a standard deviation of $10,000. Can we use Table A, the Standard Normal table, to estimate the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500? Why or why not?

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*Academic.Tips*. 2021. "The mean income of households in Utica is $50,000 with a standard deviation of $10,000. Can we use Table A, the Standard Normal table, to estimate the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500? Why or why not?" September 25, 2021. https://academic.tips/question/the-mean-income-of-households-in-utica-is-50000-with-a-standard-deviation-of-10000-can-we-use-table-a-the-standard-normal-table-to-estimate-the-probability-that-a-single-randomly-chosen-utica-ho/.

1. *Academic.Tips*. "The mean income of households in Utica is $50,000 with a standard deviation of $10,000. Can we use Table A, the Standard Normal table, to estimate the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500? Why or why not?" September 25, 2021. https://academic.tips/question/the-mean-income-of-households-in-utica-is-50000-with-a-standard-deviation-of-10000-can-we-use-table-a-the-standard-normal-table-to-estimate-the-probability-that-a-single-randomly-chosen-utica-ho/.

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"The mean income of households in Utica is $50,000 with a standard deviation of $10,000. Can we use Table A, the Standard Normal table, to estimate the probability that a single randomly chosen Utica household will have an income of less than $52,500? Why or why not?" *Academic.Tips*, 25 Sept. 2021, academic.tips/question/the-mean-income-of-households-in-utica-is-50000-with-a-standard-deviation-of-10000-can-we-use-table-a-the-standard-normal-table-to-estimate-the-probability-that-a-single-randomly-chosen-utica-ho/.