math
posted by lolli on .
The education department of state is interested in funding an education assistance program for 12 yearold children whose intelligence quotients lie in the bottom 5% of the population. According to national data, the IQ's of the 12 yearold population are normally distributed with a mean of 96 and a standard deviation of 22.
Calculate the IQ below which a child would be eligible to apply for this education assistance program (X). You may find this standard normal table useful. Give your answer as a whole number.

I don't know what tables you are using, I don't see any.
Instead of tables you can use this
http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html
Use the second graph, fill in 96 for mean, 22 for the standard deviation, .05 for shaded area and click on the below button.
you should get 59.8132