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STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY DATA
1. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The following are the learning objectives
Students to understand some guidelines and techniques for water quality data analysis
and presentation
2. INTRODUCTION
Data analysis and presentati

Solution
Z is standred normal distribution,
so for a < b
a)
b)P(1.50<Z)=P(Z<1.50)=0.9331
c)P(Z<1.37)=0.91466
BONUS question
Ans
a)P(0<= Z<=C)=0.291
P(Z<c)-P(Z<0)=0.291
P(Z<C)=0.291+P(Z<0)
P(Z<C)=0.291+0.500=0.791
C=0.810
b)P(c<=Z<=<1.5)=0.121
P(Z<1.5)-P(Z