By means of the standard score table given below, the following table gives the z score for each
cut off
z
+1.96
+1.645 (+1.65) (when rounded off)
z-score
0.9750
0.9505
Using the data set, the z scores for the age and height are in the column 6 and 7 resp
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Z-score of Raw Data
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Z-score
By means of the standard score table given below, the following table gives the z-score for each
cut off.
z
+1.96
+1.645 (+1.65) (when rounded off)
z-score
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October 23, 2015
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