# you obtained a random sample of blood glucose levels from 32 individuals from a population and the mean of the population is 120 and the standard deviation of the sample is 15, calculate the probability that the mean blood glucose levels for the sample will be above 127. .0041 .4100 .5900 .9959

1. Assuming you obtained a random sample of blood glucose levels from 32 individuals from a population and the mean of the population is 120 and the standard deviation of the sample is 15, calculate the probability that the mean blood glucose levels for the sample will be above 127.
2. .0041
3. .4100
4. .5900
5. .9959
you obtained a random sample of blood glucose levels from 32 individuals from a population and the mean of the population is 120 and the standard deviation of the sample is 15, calculate the probability that the mean blood glucose levels for the sample will be above 127. .0041 .4100 .5900 .9959

1. Assuming you obtained a random sample of blood glucose levels from 32 individuals from a population and the mean of the population is 120 and the standard deviation of the sample is 15, calculate the probability that the mean blood glucose levels for the sample will be above 127.
2. .0041
3. .4100
4. .5900
5. .9959