# [Solved] Your Used Car Is Expected to Last an Average of 200,000

## Your used car is expected to last an average of 200,000 miles with a standard deviation of 25,000 miles before it requires a new transmission.

A) Use Chebyshev's Theorem to approximate the probability that the engine will last between 150,000 miles and 250,000 miles.

B) Assume a symmetric bell-shaped distribution to approximate the probability that the engine will last between 150,000 miles and 250,000 miles.

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