Question

Asked Sep 25, 2019

Find the following probabilities:

a) Pr{Z < 0.33}

b) Pr{Z ≥ −0.33}

c) Pr{−2.06 < Z < 2.06}

d) Pr{−2.06 < Z < 0.0}

e) Pr{−4.00 < Z < 0.0}

f) Pr{Z < −1.75 or Z > 1.75} (you want the probability that Z is outside the range −1.75 to 1.75)

g) Pr{−1.75 < Z < 1.75}

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**The normal distribution:**

A continuous random variable *X* is said to follow normal distribution with mean µ and standard deviation σ if the probability density function of *X* is,

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**a. Calculating the probability:**

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