In pharmacological research a variety of clinical chemistry measurements are routinely monitored closely for evidence of side effects of the medication under study. Suppose typical blood-glucose...

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In pharmacological research a variety of clinical chemistry measurements are routinely monitored closely for evidence of side effects of the medication under study. Suppose typical blood-glucose levels are normally distributed, with mean =90mg/dL and standard deviation =38mgdL.

1) If the normal range is XXXXXXXXXXmg/dL, then what percentage of values will fall in the normal range?

2) Frequently, tests that yield abnormal results are repeated for confirmation.What is the probability that for a normal person a test will be at least 1.5 times as high as the upper limit of normal on two seperate occasions?

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David answered on Dec 20 2021
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In pharmacological research a variety of clinical chemistry measurements are routinely monitored
closely for evidence of side effects of the medication under study. Suppose typical blood-glucose
levels are normally distributed, with mean =90mg/dL and standard deviation =38mgdL. 1) If the
normal range is 65-120 mg/dL, then what percentage of values will...
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