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sat scores around the nation tend to have a mean score around 500, a standard deviation of about 100 points and are approximately normal distribution. a person who scores 600 on the sat has approximately what percentile rank within the population. show all calculations.
* please help me show how problem was solved.. i am in panic and no one has shown me how to work out he problem. thank you very much and talk soon.
mary hornbeck

find the zscore! which will tell you how many standard deviation you are away from the mean.
formula: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/zScore.html
Then, look at the z score table in order to find the probability that corresponds to the zscore you found. This will give you the percentile! 
can you please show calculations. to the question listed as above. the more i look at the explanation, the more i get confused. thank you very much.
mary hornbeck 
Cat can you please work out his problem because i am not sure if my answer is correct. can you show your calculations, please, please, please. thank you.
sat scores around the nation tend to have a mean score around 500, a standard deviation of about 100 points and are approximately normal distribution. a person who scores 600 on the sat has approximately what percentile rank within the population. show all calculations. 
Mary,
I think it is time for you to review your class notes to understand what zscores are related to probability. If you have difficulty working out the solution with the above help given, you will have the same problems in your exams coming up in a month or so.
If you happened to be absent from class on this subject, you can start with reading up your textbook, or other articles such as:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation
Repost if you have problems understanding the material.