**Unformatted text preview: **Mean, SD ) to get the probability. Use -1E99 for negative infinity, and +1E99 for positive infinity Probability given: Want to find the value of a point under the curve example: P ( X < a ) = .3 or P ( X > a ) = .7 NOTE: shade normal curve in the direction of the arrow and the size of shaded area must equal the probability Use invNorm ( Percentile at the desired point under the curve, Mean, SD ) This gives the value of a in the probability statement. Make sure you use the correct mean and SD ) 1 ( SD n mean ) 1 ( SD mean n SD mean SD mean p np p n p p p-= =-= = = = = = s...

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- Statistics, Probability, Probability theory, Binomial distribution, Binomial Probability notes