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the Normal Distribution

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Emre Erdogan

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of the Normal Distribution

the Normal Distribution Transformations by Using Z the Bell Curve: aka the Curve Standard (Z) Scores the number of standard deviations that a given raw score is above or below the mean 1) Finding the Area between Mean and A Specified Positive Z Score

2) Finding the Area between Mean and A Specified Negative Score

3) Finding the Area Between Two Z Scores on Opposite Sides of the Mean A normal distribution represented in standard scores Transformations by Using Proportions 1) Finding a Z score Bounding an Area Above It.

2) Finding a Z score Bounding an Area Below It Working with Percentiles 1) Finding the Percentile Rank fo Score Higher than the Mean

2) Finding the Percentile Rank of a Score Lower than the Mean

3) Finding the Raw Score Associated with a Percentile Higher than 50
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