Practice: What is the probability of finding a z-score between -2.57 and 1.65?

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Ch.1: Displaying Numeric Data | 1hr & 19mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.2: Measures of Center and Spread | 2hrs & 18mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.3: Probability and Rules | 1hr & 44mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.4: The Discrete Random Variable | 53mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.5: The Binomial Random Variable | 1hr & 38mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.6: Types of Continuous Random Variable Distributions | 1hr & 35mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.7: The Standard Normal Distribution (Z-Scores) | 1hr & 22mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.8: Using The Z-Score | 1hr & 24mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.9: Sampling Distributions: Mean | 1hr & 22mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.10: Sampling Distributions: Proportion | 1hr & 31mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

Ch.11: Hypothesis Testing: Part 1 | 1hr & 42mins | 0% complete | WorksheetStart |

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The Z-Score | 39 mins | 0 completed | Learn |

The Z-Table | 43 mins | 0 completed | Learn |

Practice: What is the probability of finding a z-score between -2.57 and 1.65?

Practice: What is the probability of finding a z-score between -1.42 and -3.99?

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Practice: Find P(z < -.72).

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Concept #1: How To Use the Z-Table: Part 1

Concept #2: How To Use the Z-Table: Part 2

Concept #3: How To Use the Z-Table: Intro

Practice #1: How To Use the Z-Table

Practice #2: How To Use the Z-Table

Practice #3: How To Use the Z-Table

Practice #4: How To Use the Z-Table

Practice #5: How To Use the Z-Table

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