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Probabilities for X~N(μ, σ)

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Statistics
Course
STAT 301
Professor
Brett Hunter
Semester
Fall

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12 September 2 How do we find probabilities for any X~N(μ, σ )? 2 We transform a N(μ, σ ) distribution into a N(0, 1) distribution using a Z-score x−μ Z = σ Example: Suppose X~N(72, 25) P(X < 77)? Find Z that corresponds to X at 77. 77−72 5 Z
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