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1. The Standard Normal distribution is a special case of a normal distribution It has a mean and standard deviation of: a. mean=1, standard deviation=0 Answer= b b. mean=0, standard deviation=1 c. mean=1, standard deviation=1 d. mean=0, standard deviation=0 2.The Z-score is an important concept in working with normal distributions The Z-score represents (considering X a point of interest): a. the magnitude of x in relation to the variance Answer= c b. the difference between X and the standard deviation c. the distance X is from the mean in standard deviation units d.the standard deviation divided by X 3. In order to make calculations valid when working with statistics Which of the following is NOT a part of this process? a. Construct a histogram Answer= d b. Check for outliers c. Construct a normal probability plot d. Calculate the variance representing a set of data, it is important to assess normality .
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIS 220 taught by Professor Cardnal during the Spring '08 term at Western New England University.

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