# Question

Find the following probabilities for the standard normal random variable z:

a. P(z > 1.46)

b. P(z < â€“ 1.56)

c. P(.67 â‰¤ z â‰¤ 2.41)

d. P(â€“1.96 â‰¤ z 6 < â€“ .33)

e. P(z â‰¥ 0)

f. P(â€“2.33 < z < 1.50)

g. P(z â‰¥ â€“2.33)

h. P(z < 2.33)

a. P(z > 1.46)

b. P(z < â€“ 1.56)

c. P(.67 â‰¤ z â‰¤ 2.41)

d. P(â€“1.96 â‰¤ z 6 < â€“ .33)

e. P(z â‰¥ 0)

f. P(â€“2.33 < z < 1.50)

g. P(z â‰¥ â€“2.33)

h. P(z < 2.33)

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