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Find the probability P(-1.14 < z < 1.01) using the standard normal distribution.

1. Find the probability P(–1.14 < z < 1.01) using the standard normal distribution.

2. In a standard normal distribution, what z value (s) corresponds to 17% of the data between the mean and the z value?

3. A group of 5 children are choosing colored pencils to draw a picture. Each child is allowed to select one color. The available colors are green, red, and blue. If the second child refuses to use red pencils and the third child refuses to use blue pencils, then how many ways are there for the children to choose pencils? Assume that there are 10 pencils available of each color, and different children are allowed to choose the same color.

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1. Find the probability P(–1.14 &lt; z &lt; 1.01) using the standard normal distribution.
P(-1.14&lt; Z&lt; 1.01) = P(Z &lt; 1.01) – P(Z &lt; -1.14) = 0.8438- 0.1271 = 0.7166
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