number of students. The performance of each of the students in a test was evaluated out of 200

marks. It was observed that the mean of group P was 105, while that of group Q was 85. The

standard deviation of group P was 25, while that of group Q was 5. Assuming that the marks were

distributed on a normal distribution, which of the following statements will have the highest

probability of being TRUE?

- a)No student in group Q scored less marks than any student in group P.
- b)No student in group P scored less marks than any student in group Q.
- c)Most students of group Q scored marks in a narrower range than students in group P.
- d)The median of the marks of group P is 100.

Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

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