# Question

Property 4 of Key Fact 6.5 states that most of the area under the standard normal curve lies between −3 and 3. Use Table II to determine precisely the percentage of the area under the standard normal curve that lies between −3 and 3.

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Explain how Table II is used to determine the area under the standard normal curve that lies a. To the left of a specified z-score. b. To the right of a specified z-score. c. Between two specified z-scores. Determine the area under the standard normal curve that lies between a. −2.18 and 1.44. b. −2 and −1.5. c. 0.59 and 1.51. d. 1.1 and 4.2. In each part, find the area under the standard normal curve that lies between the specified z-scores, sketch a standard normal curve, and shade the area of interest. a. −1 and 1 b. −2 and 2 c. −3 and 3 Obtain the z-score that has area 0.70 to its right. In this section, we mentioned that the total area under any curve representing the distribution of a variable equals 1. Explain why.Post your question

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