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B. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value onthe number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label thedesired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curve).Find the area under the standard normal curve(1) To the right of 1.40(2) Between-1.93 and -0.41(3) To the left of -1.35(4) To the right of -0.52C. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value onthe number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label thedesired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curveProblems:(1) P(Z1.25)-(2) P(Z>-0.27)-(3) P(-2.31

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B. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value on
the number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label the
desired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curve).
Find the area under the standard normal curve
(1) To the right of 1.4
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(2) Between-1.93 and -0.41
(3) To the left of -1.35
(4) To the right of -0.52
C. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value on
the number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label the
desired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curve
Problems:
(1) P(Z1.25)-
(2) P(Z>-0.27)-
(3) P(-2.31 <Z<1.80)-
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B. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value on the number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label the desired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curve). Find the area under the standard normal curve (1) To the right of 1.4 0 (2) Between-1.93 and -0.41 (3) To the left of -1.35 (4) To the right of -0.52 C. Use Table 3 to find the following probabilities. For each problem, mark the given z-value on the number line, shade the appropriate region under the standard normal curve, and label the desired probability (the area of the shaded region under the curve Problems: (1) P(Z1.25)- (2) P(Z>-0.27)- (3) P(-2.31 <Z<1.80)-

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