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Find the following probability if z is a standard normal variable: P(z>1.62).

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  1. If you mean the probability that the event will occur greater then 1.62 standard deviations from the mean, then

    a) you have to use your tables

    or b) a computational device or applet (many calculators have these on them).
    http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html

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