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Asked Nov 26, 2019

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Mark the values of the z-score below the curve, and then shade the direction of the area (probability) you are finding. Find the area from the normal calculator in StatCrunch or the table. (Give 4 decimal places past the decimal for probabilities!)

1) P(z ≤ 1.26) 2) P(z ≥ - 1.89) 3) P( 0.12 ≤ z ≤ 2.27 )

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