Continuous Probability Distributions (The Normal Distribution-II). QSCI 381 – Lecture 17 (Larson and Farber, Sect 5.4-5.5). Finding z-scores-I. Yesterday we addressed the question: What is the probability that a normal random variable, X , would lie between x 1 and x 2 .
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Continuous Probability Distributions (The Normal Distribution-II)
QSCI 381 – Lecture 17
(Larson and Farber, Sect 5.4-5.5)
What value of x corresponds
to an area of 0.8?
Find the z-score for each level
(5%, 50% and 75%)
so the maximum lengths are 450.7, 500 and 520.2 mm.
of the mean