Assignment 1. A blood pressure test was given to 450 women ages 20-36. It showed that there mean systolic blood pressure was 119.4 with standard deviation of 13.2 mmhg. a. Determine the Z score to the nearest hundreds for a woman who had a systolic blood pressure of 110.5 mmhg. b. The Z score for a 1 woman was 2.15. What was the systolic blood pressure?

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1. A blood pressure test was given to 450 women ages 20-36. It showed that there mean systolic blood pressure was 119.4 with standard deviation of 13.2 mmhg.
a. Determine the Z score to the nearest hundreds for a woman who had a systolic blood pressure of 110.5 mmhg.
b. The Z score for a 1 woman was 2.15. What was the systolic blood pressure?


2. On a reading class, Maria score of 455 was higher than the score of 4,256 of 7,210 students who took the test. Find the percentile for Maria's score.

3. The median annual salary for a police dispatcher in a large city was 44,528 dollars. If 25th percentile for the annual salary of police dispatcher was 36,761 dollars. Find the percent of police dispatcher who's annual salary where:

a. Less than 44,528
b. More than 32,761
c. Between 32,761 and 44,528

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