Consider a population of basketball players having a mean height of 72 inches and a standard deviation of 3 inches. The distribution of basketball player heights is approximately normal, i.e. symmetric and "bell-shaped". Which of the following heights are "Outliers" or "Extreme Values" based on a z-score calculation. 1. 62 inches II. 77 inches III. 82 inches I only O l and Ill only O Ill only None of the Above

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Consider a population of basketball players having a mean height of 72 inches and a standard deviation of 3 inches.  The distribution of basketball player heights is approximately normal, i.e. symmetric and “bell-shaped”.  Which of the following heights are “Outliers” or “Extreme Values”” based on a z-score calculation.

I. 62 inches

II. 77 inches

III. 82 inches

Consider a population of basketball players having a mean height of 72 inches and a standard
deviation of 3 inches. The distribution of basketball player heights is approximately normal, i.e.
symmetric and "bell-shaped". Which of the following heights are "Outliers" or "Extreme Values"
based on a z-score calculation.
1. 62 inches
II. 77 inches
III. 82 inches
I only
O l and Ill only
O Ill only
None of the Above

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Consider a population of basketball players having a mean height of 72 inches and a standard deviation of 3 inches. The distribution of basketball player heights is approximately normal, i.e. symmetric and "bell-shaped". Which of the following heights are "Outliers" or "Extreme Values" based on a z-score calculation. 1. 62 inches II. 77 inches III. 82 inches I only O l and Ill only O Ill only None of the Above

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