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The United States Coast Guard assumes the mean weight of passengers in commercial boats is 185 pounds. The previous value was lower, but was raised after a tragic boating accident. The standard deviation of passenger weights is 26.7 pounds. The weights of a random sample of 48 commercial boat passengers were recorded. The sample mean was determined to be 177.6 pound. Find the probability that a random sample of passengers will have a weight that is as extreme or more extreme (either above or below the mean) than was observed in this sample.  (round to answer to 3 decimal places)

 







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