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    Scores on a statistics final were normally distributed with a mean of 75 and a standard deviation of 8?

    -What proportion of the scores were above 90?

    -What proportion were below 65?

    -What is the 22nd percentile of the score?

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    Re: Z scores

    Have you tried to solve the questions yourself? Do you have work to show?
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    Re: Z scores

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    Re: Z scores

    This is a very elementary statistics problem. Your textbook should have a very clear procedural method in finding the answer.

    Just take a look at the example problems in your textbook.

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    Re: Z scores


    Quote Originally Posted by StilloftheNight View Post
    This is a very elementary statistics problem. Your textbook should have a very clear procedural method in finding the answer.

    Just take a look at the example problems in your textbook.
    yes. there is. just have to find

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