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Textbook Problem

Describe the location in the distribution for each of the following z-scores. (For example, z = +1.00 is located above the mean by 1 standard deviation.)

a. z = 1.50 b. z = 0.25 c. z = –2.50 d. z = 0.50

(a)

To determine

To Find: The location of distribution corresponds to z=1.50.

Explanation

Given info:

The z-score is z=1.50.

Justification:

The sign of z-score indicates whether the X value is above (+) or below

(b)

To determine

To Find: The location of distribution corresponds to z=0.25.

(c)

To determine

To Find: The location of distribution corresponds to z=2.50

(d)

To determine

To Find: The location of distribution corresponds to z=0.50.

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