Posted by **Charles** on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 4:03pm.

Suppose that two different tests A and B are to be given to a student chosen at random from a certain population. Suppose also that the mean score on test A is 85, and the standard deviation is 10; the mean score on test B is 90, and the standard deviation is 16; the scores on the two tests have a bivariate normal distribution; and the correlation of the two scores is 0.8. If the student's score on test A is 80, what is the probability that her score on test B will be higher than 90?

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**Groop**, Monday, October 10, 2016 at 7:05pm
Nope

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