Statistics: The Standard Normal Probability Distribution Online Test

For z-values on the standard-normal curve, find the probability

that z lies

between z = 0 and z = 0.87


For z-values on the standard-normal curve,

find the probability that z lies

between z = – 1.66 and z = 0.


For z-values on the standard-normal curve,

find the probability that z lies

to the right of z = 0.48.


For z-values on the standard-normal curve,

find the probability that z lies

to the right of z = – 0.27.


For z-values on the standard-normal curve,

find the probability that z lies

to the left of z = 1.30;


Find the z-values on the standard-normal curve

if the area

between 0 and z is 0.4726.


Find the z-values on the standard-normal curve

if the area

to the left of z is 0.9868.


Find the z-values on the standard-normal curve

if the area

to the left of z is 0.3085.


Find the z-values on the standard-normal curve

to the right of z is 0.7704.

if the area


Find the z-values on the standard-normal curve

if the area

to the right of z is 0.1314.
































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Statistics Questions: Using the Normal Probability Distribution to find a) the probability between given z-scores; and b) the z-scores associated with a given probability.

Discussion

Sumitha

The IQ test scores of 10 randomly chosen fifth – grade students are as follows,

145, 139, 126, 122, 125, 130, 96, 110, 118, 118

The five – number summary of the 10 IQ scores is?

1574 days 22 hours 50 minutes ago

nkosi

Stupidest I have ever come across in my entire life, it should be deleted at once. There are duplication answers where only one of them can be right...it doesnt make any sense whatsoever.

3083 days 3 hours 30 minutes ago

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