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Find the following probability for the standard normal random variable z. a.​P(z=3)e.​P(−3 less than or equals≤zless than or equals≤33​)b.​P(z less than or equal to 3)f.​P(−2 less than or equals≤zless than or equals≤2)c.​P(zless than<3)g.​P(negative 2.37−2.37less than or equals≤zless than or equals≤0.930.93​)d.​P(zgreater than>3)h.​P(negative 0.37−0.37less than<zless than<1.571.57​)

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Find the following probability for the standard normal random variable z.
 
a.
P(z=3)
e.
P(3 less than or equalszless than or equals33)
b.
P(z less than or equal to 3)
f.
P(2 less than or equalszless than or equals2)
c.
P(zless than<3)
g.
P(negative 2.372.37less than or equalszless than or equals0.930.93)
d.
P(zgreater than>3)
h.
P(negative 0.370.37less than<zless than<1.571.57)
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