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  2. ...in the digestive tract of animals. The average human body is 37°C and so the E. coli ... are usually incubated at a temperature they will grow most efficiently . About 50% of A...

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  3. ...39;area' from the Table. For STANDARDIZED VARIABLE z = 1.476 the corresponding...39; = 1 - 0.93 (Top 7%). Top 7% Temperature = 98.6+1.476*0.72

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  4. a) Percentage of persons with temperature in excess of 100.6: μ = 98.18 σ = 0.63 standardize x to z = (x - μ) / σ P(x > 100.6) = P( z > (100.6-98.18) / 0...

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  5. ...in a normal probability table, the probability a normal and healthy person has this temperature is very small, under .01%, or 1 in 10,000. 14. 95% would equate to 1.54 ...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/04/2010

  6. The normal internal temperature is 37C...that's why your temperature is taken inside the mouth (usually).

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  7. ..." where temperature (NOT standard temperature ) is specified as 25 degrees...36.8 C is considered the ideal human temperature , these days according to ...

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  8. ...97-98º ref3: Not everyone’s “normal” body temperature is the same. Yours could be a whole degree different... German doctor in the 19th century set the standard at 98.6 F, but more recent studies say the baseline...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/08/2020

  9. z=(x-μ)/σ: x is Sally's temp σ is the standard deviation μ is the mean z is given 1.4=(x-98.20)/0.62 .868=x-98.20 x=99.068 degrees Fahrenheit

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/08/2012

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