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# How do I graph this answer in Minitab?

How do I graph this answer in Minitab?

According to the AAA (American Automobile Association) in April 20, 2005, a family of two adults and two children on vacation in the United States will pay an average of \$247.02 per day for food and lodging with a standard deviation of \$69.41 per day.  For each part:If the probability can be determined, Copy and paste the graph if you use the drop down menu and answer in a complete sentence.  If the probability cannot be determined, then answer: “Probability cannot be determined with information given.” Suppose a random sample of 10 families of two adults and two children is selected and monitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the average daily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day? Suppose a random sample of 50 families of two adults and two children is selected and monitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the average daily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day? Suppose a random sample of 20 families of two adults and two children is selected and monitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the average daily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day?1.       Accordingto the AAA (American Automobile Association) in April 20, 2005, a family of twoadults and two children on vacation in the United States will pay an average of\$247.02 per day for food and lodging with a standard deviation of \$69.41 perday.

For each part:

§ If theprobability can be determined, Copy and paste the graph if you use the dropdown menu and answer in a completesentence.

§ If theprobability cannot be determined, then answer: “Probability cannot bedetermined with information given.”

a.       Supposea random sample of 10 families of two adults and two children is selected andmonitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the averagedaily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day?

b.       Supposea random sample of 50 families of two adults and two children is selected andmonitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the averagedaily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day?

c.       Supposea random sample of 20 families of two adults and two children is selected andmonitored while on vacation in the United States.  What is the probability that the averagedaily expenses for the sample are under \$250 per day?