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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​)

Find the following probability for the standard normal random variable z.
P(3 less than or equalszless than or equals33)
P(z less than or equal to 3)
P(2 less than or equalszless than or equals2)
P(zless than<3)
P(negative 2.372.37less than or equalszless than or equals0.930.93)
P(zgreater than>3)
P(negative 0.370.37less than<zless than<1.571.57)
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