# Major League Baseball now reco

Major League Baseball now records information about every pitch thrown in every game of every season. Statistician Jim Albert compiled data about every pitch thrown by 20 starting pitchers during the 2009 MLB season. The data set included the type of pitch thrown (curveball, changeup, slider, etc.) as well as the speed of the ball as it left the pitcher’s hand. A histogram of speeds for all 30,740 four-seam fastballs thrown by these pitchers during the 2009 season is shown below, from which we can see that the speeds of these fastballs follow a Normal model with mean μ = 92.12 mph and a standard deviation of σ = 2.43 mph.

Compute the z-score of pitch with speed 87.9 mph. (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

Approximately what fraction of these four-seam fastballs would you expect to have speeds between 86 mph and 94.4 mph? (Express your answer as a decimal, not a percent, and round to three decimal places.)

Approximately what fraction of these four-seam fastballs would you expect to have speeds below 86 mph? (Express your answer as a decimal, not a percent, and round to three decimal places.)

A baseball fan wishes to identify the four-seam fastballs among the slowest 19% of all such pitches. Below what speed must a four-seam fastball be in order to be included in the slowest 19%? (Round your answer to the nearest 0.1 mph.)

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# Major League Baseball now reco

Major League Baseball now records information about every pitch thrown in every game of every season. Statistician Jim Albert compiled data about every pitch thrown by 20 starting pitchers during the 2009 MLB season. The data set included the type of pitch thrown (curveball, changeup, slider, etc.) as well as the speed of the ball as it left the pitcher’s hand. A histogram of speeds for all 30,740 four-seam fastballs thrown by these pitchers during the 2009 season is shown below, from which we can see that the speeds of these fastballs follow a Normal model with mean μ = 92.12 mph and a standard deviation of σ = 2.43 mph.

Approximately what fraction of these four-seam fastballs would you expect to have speeds below 92.4 mph? (Express your answer as a decimal, not a percent, and round to three decimal places.)

# Major League Baseball now reco

Major League Baseball now records information about every pitch thrown in every game of every season. Statistician Jim Albert compiled data about every pitch thrown by 20 starting pitchers during the 2009 MLB season. The data set included the type of pitch thrown (curveball, changeup, slider, etc.) as well as the speed of the ball as it left the pitcher’s hand. A histogram of speeds for all 30,740 four-seam fastballs thrown by these pitchers during the 2009 season is shown below, from which we can see that the speeds of these fastballs follow a Normal model with mean μ = 92.12 mph and a standard deviation of σ = 2.43 mph.

Approximately what fraction of these four-seam fastballs would you expect to have speeds between 92.4 mph and 95.6 mph? (Express your answer as a decimal, not a percent, and round to three decimal places.)

Approximately what fraction of these four-seam fastballs would you expect to have speeds below 92.4 mph? (Express your answer as a decimal, not a percent, and round to three decimal places.)

A baseball fan wishes to identify the four-seam fastballs among the slowest 17% of all such pitches. Below what speed must a four-seam fastball be in order to be included in the slowest 17%? (Round your answer to the nearest 0.1 mph.)

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