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Asked May 14, 2019

A set of data items is normally distributed with a mean of 40

and a standard deviation of 6. Convert 40 to a z-score.

z_{40=?}

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Given set of data is normally distributed with mean = 40

Standard deviation = 6

The Z score for any data distribution is d...

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