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# NormalTableReading - D) 0.37 Example The probability that...

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The Standard Normal The standard normal is N(0,1). It has a mean of 0 and variance of 1. The normal is SYMMETRIC!
Reading the Table 1. Let z=a.bc (i.e. a is the first digit, and bc are the next two after the decimal). 2. Look up, in column 1, a.b 3. Look up, in row 1, 0.0c 4. The intersection is the Pr(Z<a.bc)

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Example Find the Pr(Z<0.25)
Example The probability that Z~N(0,1) is less than 0.63. A) 0.63 B) 0.7357 C) 0.2643

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Unformatted text preview: D) 0.37 Example The probability that Z~N(0,1) is less than or equal to 0.63. A) 0.63 B) 0.7357 C) 0.2643 D) 0.37 Example The probability that Z~N(0,1) is more than 0.63. A) 0.63 B) 0.7357 C) 0.2643 D) 0.37 Example The probability that Z~N(0,1) is more than -0.63. A) 0.63 B) 0.7357 C) 0.2643 D) 0.37 Example The probability Z~N(0,1) is less than 0 is: A) 0 B) 1 C) 0.5 D) Can't Determine...
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