ExpalanationSet up your standard bell curve with the proper percentage markers of 2%, 16%, 34% on each side of the central average line. Use an average wheel to find the average sales amount in dollars; you should get 91,000 ÷ 65 = 1400 as the average.

Note that at the 50% mark, and then note the amounts at each deviation above and below the average by adding or subtracting the given standard deviation of $130. Once you’ve filled in the curve, look for $1270 from the question. It is at the 16% mark, indicating that less than 16% of employees sold under $1270 worth of merchandise. Therefore, the other 84% of employees were able to sell $1270 or more worth of merchandise,

making choice D the correct answer.
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