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A distribution has a standard deviation of ó = 9.5. Find the z-score for a score above the mean by 4 points. note: round to 2 decimal places, and enter the value of the z-score but do not write "z = " in your answer

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    Z = (score-mean)/SD = 4/9.5 = ?

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