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Post by Andrew Latty on March 3, 2014

Hi Professor, I do not see the link for the Z score chart.

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Last reply by: Brian McKay
Sun Jun 8, 2014 8:15 PM

Post by Karen Starr on February 17, 2013

-0.83 is .2033 not .1762

Standardizing a Normal Distribution

  • Any normal distribution can be standardized to a standard normal distribution.

  • To standardize a normal random variables, subtract the mean from the random variable and divide the difference by the standard deviation.

Standardizing a Normal Distribution

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Standardizing a Normal Distribution 0:07
    • Mean and Standard Deviation of X
  • Examples 1:39
  • More Examples 3:22
  • More Examples 6:17
  • Extra Example 1
  • Extra Example 2