psyc 60 Z score worksheet 2 with answers

psyc 60 Z score worksheet 2 with answers - Given a...

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Given a population with μ = 30 and σ = 5, 1. What proportion of the data are higher than 32.5? 2. At what value is the 25th percentile? 3. What percent of the data are higher than 24? 4. What value is exactly 60 percent of the data lower then? 5. What percent of the data falls between values of 32 and 35? 6. What value is below exactly 10 percent of the data?
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Given a population with μ = 30 and σ = 5, 1. What proportion of the data are higher than 32.5? Convert to z-value: z = (x-μ)/ σ = (32.5-30)/5 = .5 ? x: 30 32.5 z: 0 .5 Either: For z = .5 in column A, lookup the corresponding area from column C: .3085 Or: For z = .5 in column A, lookup the corresponding area from column B: .1915 .5 - .1915 = .3085 2. At what value is the 25th percentile? .25 x: ? 30 z: ? 0 For an area of .25in column C, lookup corresponding z score in column A: ~.67 Take negative, -.67 Convert z-score to data value, x = (z)( σ ) + μ = (-.67)(5) + 30 = 26.65
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3. What percent of the data are higher than 24? Convert to z-value: z =
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course PSYC 60 taught by Professor Ard during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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