Question 6 NC - The Old North State In NC, the mean SAT score was 1081 with a stdev of 181.If a student in NC scored a 1060, what would their z-score...
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# Question 6NC - The Old North StateIn NC, the mean SAT score was

1081 with a stdev of 181. If a student in NC scored a 1060, what would their z-score be?

Question 7

What percentage of students in NC scored less than a 1060? decimal rounded 4 decimal places.

Question 8

A student who did NOT received a fee waiver in NC scored an average of 1126. If a student in NC scored a 1126, what would their z-score be?

Question 9

What percentage of students in NC scored between 1060 and 1126? decimal rounded 4 decimal places.

Question 10

UNC-Chapel Hill is the oldest (and often ranked the best) public college in the U.S. and highly competitive. For an "above average" of being selected you need to score in the Top 2% of NC test takers. What score do you need to be competitive for UNC-Chapel Hill to the nearest whole point?

Question 11

UT - The Beehive State

In UT, the mean SAT score was 1238 with a stdev of 185. If a student in UT scored a 1060, what would their z-score be?

Question 12

What percentage of students in UT scored lower than a 1060? decimal rounded 4 decimal places.

Question 13

A student who received a fee waiver in UT scored an average of 1171. If a student in UT scored a 1171, what would their z-score be?

Question 14

What percentage of students in UT scored higher than an 1171? decimal rounded 4 decimal places.

Question 15

The University of Utah was school that received the most score reports. The university is lightly selective and students who score in the 25th percentile of UT SAT test takers are often accepted. What score do you need to be met this requirement to the nearest whole point?

Question 16

MS - The Magnolia State

In MS, the mean SAT score was 1242 with a stdev of 187. If a student in MS scored a 1060, what would their z-score be?

Question 17

What percentage of students in MS scored higher than a 1060? decimal rounded 4 decimal places.

Question 18

A student who did NOT received a fee waiver in MS scored an average of 1262. If a student in MS scored a 1262, what would their z-score be?

Question 19

What percentage of students in MS scored between 1060 and 1262? decimal rounded to 4 decimal places.

Question 20

The Mississippi State University was school that received the most score reports. The university is lightly selective and students who score in the 70th percentile of MS SAT test takers are rated "above average" for acceptance. What score do you need to be met this requirement to the nearest whole point?

20) Required score =... View the full answer

6) -0.12... View the full answer

6)In NC, the mean SAT score was 1081 with a sd of 181.
If a student in NC scored a 1060, their z-score be:-
1060 - 1081
181
= -0.12
7). probability that a student in NC scored less than a 1060...

= 0.25
9). probability that a student in NC scored in between 1060 and 1126 be:-
P(1060 &lt; X &lt;1126)
= P(-0.12 &lt; &gt; &lt; 0.25)
= D(0.25) -4(-0.12)
= \$(0.25) - 1 + (0.12)
= 0.598706 - 1 +...

P
X - 1
1081
T - 1081
181
181
= 0.98
= P(2 &lt;
T - 1081
181
= 0.98
T - 1081
181
) = 4(2.05)
[ from standard normal table]
= = 1452.05
the score do you need to be competitive for UNC-Chapel Hill to...

= P(2 &lt; -1.12)
=0(-1.12)
=1 - \$(1.12)
= 1 - 0.868643 [ from standard normal table]
= 0.131357
percentage of students in UT scored less than a 1060 = 13.1357%
13). If a student in UT scored a...

= 0.698468 [ from standard normal table]
percentage of students in UT higher 1171 = 69.8468 %
15).. The university is lightly selective and students who score in the 25th percentile of UT SAT test...

If a student in MS scored a 1060, their z-score be:-
1060 - 1242
187
= -0.97
17). probability that a student in MS scored higher than a 1060 be:-
P(X &gt; 1060)
= P(2 &gt; -0.97)
=1 - 4(-0.97)
=1...

19). probability that a student in MS scored in between 1060 and 1262 be:-
P(1060 &lt; X &lt;1262)
= P(-0.97 &lt; &gt; &lt; 0.11)
= \$(0.11) - 4(-0.97)
= 0(0.11) - 1 + 4(0.97)
= 0.543795 - 1 +...

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