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Chapter 5 z-Scores PowerPoint Lecture Slides Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Seventh Edition by Frederick J. Gravetter and Larry B. Wallnau

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Chapter 5 Learning Outcomes
Concepts to review The mean (Chapter 3) The standard deviation (Chapter 4) Basic algebra (math review, Appendix A)

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5.1 Purpose of z-Scores Identify and describe location of every score in the distribution Standardize an entire distribution Takes different distributions and makes them equivalent and comparable
Figure 5.1 Two distributions of exam scores

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5.2 Locations and Distributions Exact location is described by z-score Sign tells whether score is located above or below the mean Number tells distance between score and mean in standard deviation units
Figure 5.2 Relationship of z-scores and locations

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Learning Check A z-score of z = +1.00 indicates a position in a distribution ____
Learning Check - Answer A z-score of z = +1.00 indicates a position in a distribution ____

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Learning Check Decide if each of the following statements is True or False .
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