Statistics for social sciences
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For a population with u=50 and o=8, find the zscore for x=54, x=42, x=62 ,x=48 ,x=52 ,x=34

I shall assume that u (usually typed as mu) is the mean and o (usually typed as sigma) is the standard deviation.
For x = 54, z = (5450)/8 = +0.5
For x = 34, z = (3450)/8 = 2
You do the others.
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