(Answered) Returns and the Bell Curve and Using Returns Distributions

Returns and the Bell Curve;An investment has an expected return of 8 percent per year with a standard deviation of 4 percent. Assuming that the returns on this investment are at least roughly normally distributed, how frequently do you expect to lose money?;Using Returns Distributions;Based on the historical record, if you invest in long- term U. S. Treasury bonds, what is the approximate probability that your return will be less than 6.0 percent in a given year? What range of returns would you expect to see 95 percent of the time? 99 percent of the time?
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