Assume that z-scores are normally distributed with a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1. If P ( 0 < z < a ) = 0.4545 , find a.
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Z ~ N(0,1)
P(0 < Z < a) = 0.4545 i.e. (a) - (0) = 0.4545 i.e. (a) - 0.5 = 0.4545 i.e. (a) = 0.4545 + 0.5 = 0.9545
[(.) is the cdf of N(0,1)]
In order to obtain the cdf of 0, we have to put 0 is the cdf option of normal distribution calculator.
Thus, a = (0.9545)
In order to obtain inverse cdf of 0.9545, we have to put 0.9545 in the inverse cdf option of normal distribution calculator.
Hence, a = 1.69 (Ans).
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