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Visual sequential memory and poor spellers. Holmes, Malone, and Redenbach (2008) found that good readers and good spellers correctly read 93.8 + 2.9 M SD] words from a spelling list. On the other hand, average readers and poor spellers correctly read 84.8 ± 3.0 (M ±SD] words from the same spelling list. Assuming with a z score proportion of a 32. Can eating slo a meal? In one Privitera, Coop were asked to consumed in t study, particip 627 + 183 kil who ate fast c Assuming thes lal In which these data are normally distributed, lal What percentage of participants correctly read at least 90 words in the good readers and good spellers group? b) What percentage of participants correctly read at least 90 words in the average readers and poor spellers group? group, wa consume
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