A sample of the hourly wages of employees who work in restaurants in a large city has a mean of $9.02 and a standard deviation of $.20. We do not know how this data is distributed. Suppose 200 employees were sampled. How many employees make more than $9.52? A sample of the hourly wages of employees who work in restaurants in a large city has a mean of $9.02 and a standard deviation of $.20. We do not know how this data is distributed. Suppose 200 employees were sampled. How many employees make more than $9.52? @Mathematics

Dear i feel u are missin sumthing

Dear i feel u are missin sumthing

so I tried to calculate using 9.52-9.02/.20 and came up with 2.5 which didn't seem correct. i'm unsure how to solve this problem. what can i be missing?

200 is assumed value??

200 is total amount sampled

is answer given for this one

no answer, i'm trying to solve it

k

any suggestions on how to solve this problem?

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