# Question

Find the probability that a piece of data picked at random from a normal population will have a standard score (z) that lies

a. between 0 and 0.74.

b. to the right of 0.74.

c. to the left of 0.74.

d. between -0.74 and 0.74.

a. between 0 and 0.74.

b. to the right of 0.74.

c. to the left of 0.74.

d. between -0.74 and 0.74.

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