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Asked Nov 26, 2019

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Step 1

It is given that Z is the standard normal variable. The required *z*-value can be obtain using MINITAB.

Step-by-step procedure to obtain normal probability distribution plot using MINITAB:

- Go to
**Graphs**>**Probability distribution plot**>**Normal**. - Enter
**mean**as**0 and standard deviation**as**1**. - Go to
**shaded area**>**select left tail and P-value**. - Enter
**P value**as**2582.** - Click
**OK**.

Step 2

Output using MINITAB i...

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