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Finding highest possible value of x

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Stock prices are lognormally distributed. The current stock price is $82. The expected rate of return on the stock is 15 percent. The stock pays 3 percent continuous dividend. The volatility of the stock is 30 percent. The stock price can be really low in 9 months. Call this price to be X. The probability of the stock price is even lower than X is less than 5 percent. Find the highest possible value of X.

I honestly have no clue how to approach this, I think the wording is throwing me off. If anyone could give me some guidance in the right direction I would really appreciate it.