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## Statistics

Z Score The z value or z score tells the number of standard deviations the original measurement is from the mean. The z value is in standard units.

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77 Normal Probability Final Remarks

The probability that z equals a certain number is always 5. P(z = a) = 5 Therefore, and ≤ can be used interchangeably. Similarly, and ≥ can be used interchangeably. P(z b) = P(z ≤ b) P(z c) = P(z ≥ c)

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6 Normal Curves and Sampling Distributions

Chapter 7 Normal Curves and Sampling Distributions Understanding Basic Statistics Fifth Edition By Brase and Brase Prepared by Jon Booze

96 Normal Approximation to the Binomial

A fair coin is flipped 755 times and the number of heads, x, is counted. Find the normal approximation of the standard deviation for this experiment. a). 55 b) c). 65 d). 655

6 Normal Probability The area under any normal curve will always be 6.

The portion of the area under the curve within a given interval represents the probability that a measurement will lie in that interval.

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Chapter 6 The Normal Distribution. The Normal Distribution The Standard Normal Distribution Applications of Normal Distributions Sampling Distributions.

89 Sampling Distributions

To evaluate the reliability of our inference, we need to know about the probability distribution of the statistic we are using. Typically, we are interested in the sampling distributions for sample means and sample proportions.

79 Critical Thinking – How to tell if data follow a normal distribution?

Histogram – a normal distribution’s histogram should be roughly bell-shaped. Outliers – a normal distribution should have no more than one outlier

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