Notes 9 - Notes 9 ORMAL DISTRIBUTIO Recall The process of...

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Recall : The process of converting standardization. Standardizing a Normal Distribut USI&G THE Z TABLE The Z table is a listing of the pro Properties of the standard norm 1. The standard normal curv P(Z < - z * ) = P(Z > z * ). Th 2. The area to the left of a v so P(Z > z * ) = 1- P(Z < z 3. The area between the sta This means P(z 1 < Z < z 2 O& g a Normal distribution X to the Standard Norm ution: ݖ ൌ ௫ି ఓ obabilities associated with the z scores of the Sta mal distribution: ve is symmetrical which means mathematically he following diagram makes the idea more intuit value z * plus the area to the right of z * is always e * ). The following diagram makes the idea more andard normal rvs z 1 and z 2 = area left of z 2 – are )=P(Z < z 2 ) − P(Z < z 1 ) Notes 9 1 al Z is called andard Normal. itive: equal to one and intuitive. ea left of z 1 .
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Notes 9 2 PRACTICE WITH THE Z-TABLE 1. Find the percentage of observations that satisfy each of the following conditions in the
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course STA 2023 taught by Professor Bateh during the Spring '08 term at Florida State College.

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Notes 9 - Notes 9 ORMAL DISTRIBUTIO Recall The process of...

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