wondering why that was not maintained. So I don't know what the treatment would look like if you included these two options in there.
DR. KIBBE: Is there an answer?
DR. HAUCK: Yes. I was trying to find my copy of my handouts so I could take you through. If I remember right, the 90 percent within 80-120 was, I think, more strict than anything I've put up there. So the curve would be -- no. It's earlier.
Now, I wasn't -- I didn't have the 85 thing on the mean in most of what I showed because I was talking about the criterion on the batch and the plus or minus 15 percent is just a criterion in the sample. So if you look at the slide 12, the vertical bars on the right side of the green -- well, it was green on the hexagon in the lower piece. Those vertical bars are the plus or minus 15 percent on the sample mean. So as long as that piece is in the criterion on the sample, no matter what the sample size or anything else, you'll have those vertical bars at 85 and 115, but that's on the sample. It's not a batch criterion.
Now, back to your first part of your question,