# The standard normal variable, (z), corresponding to the normal variable (x), is defined as a. (z=frac{bar{x}}{sigma_{x}}) b.

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The standard normal variable, \(z\), corresponding to the normal variable \(x\), is defined as

**a.** \(z=\frac{\bar{x}}{\sigma_{x}}\)

**b.** \(z=\frac{x-\bar{x}}{\sigma_{x}}\)

**c.** \(z=\frac{x}{\sigma_{x}}\)

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