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Find the area of the normal curve given the following: z = 2.38 to z = 3.09

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  1. here:

    http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html

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  2. Hi Damon, i don't understand how to use it.

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  3. Hmm. Seems pretty clear to me. When you bring up the page, there are various buttons. One of them is labeled between.

    Enter your two Z values, and it will show the area.

    Play around there for a while, and it will become clear how it all fits together. You can enter Z vales, or areas, like, say, you want to know the Z value above which 36% of the area lies.

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  4. Hi steve, i did play the chart but i really don't know if i did keyed in the right values will you please help me?

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