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Asked Sep 13, 2019

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Using Gaussian curve. Find the probability of -+1 and -+3.

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Gaussian curve is also called a normal distribution curve

Finding the probability for **z = ±1**

For Probability for **P(z= -1)** = **0.158655** ( From Excel =NORM.S.DIST(-1,TR...

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