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We have a normally distributed population of scores with μ = 25 and σ = 5. We have drawn a large number of random samples with a particular sample size of n = 10 from this population.

We want to know what the probability that a sample mean will be equal to or greater than 23.

First, what is the z-score for our sample mean of interest, 23?

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