Posted by **stats** on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at 6:48pm.

What does the area corresponding to the critical value zcrt mean?

There is a graph that has a normal bell shape curve that has a vertical arrow that intersects the x axis far from the y axis. then everything to the left of the the vertical arrow is colored in blue. The question is asking what is that area? is it -p or the area that corresponds to the critical value crt?

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