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Area (**probability**) = Area Under the **Normal Distribution**. Instructions. Specify the
mean and standard deviation. Indicate whether you want to find the area above a
certain value, below a certain value, between two values, or outside two values.
Indicate the value(s). Hit tab, return, or the "recalculate button." The area will be ...

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Result: Area (**probability**) = 0.0594. **Normal distributions** are important in statistics
and are often used in the natural and social sciences to represent real-valued
random variables whose **distributions** are not known. The **normal distribution** is
sometimes informally called the bell curve. more informations ...

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**Normal Distribution Calculator**. The **Normal Distribution Calculator** makes it easy
to compute cumulative **probability**, given a **normal** random variable; and vice
versa. For help in using the **calculator**, read the Frequently-Asked Questions or
review the Sample Problems. To learn more about the **normal distribution**, go to
Stat ...

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Area from a value (Use to compute p from Z) Value from an area (Use to compute
Z for confidence intervals). Specify Parameters: Area. Mean. SD. Results: Above
Below Between Outside. Specify Parameters: Mean. SD. Above Below Between
and. Outside and. Results: Area (**probability**)

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Find the **probability** that a randomly selected student scored more than 62 on the
exam. Set up the form. Example 3: The target inside diameter is 50 mm but
records show that the diameters follows a **normal distribution** with mean 50 mm
and standard deviation 0.05 mm. An acceptable diameter is one within the range
49.9 ...

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Calculates the **probability** density function and lower and upper cumulative
**distribution** functions of the **normal distribution**.

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This **normal** distribution **calculator** (also called the bell curve **calculator**)
calculates the area under the bell curve and establishes the probability of a value
being higher or lower than any arbitrary X. You can also use this **probability**
**distribution calculator** to find the probability of your variable being in any arbitrary
range from ...

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A chart, such as that seen above, is often used when dealing with **normal**
**distribution** questions. Understand that this chart shows only percentages that
correspond to subdivisions up to one-half of one standard deviation. Percentages
for other subdivisions require a statistical mathematical table or a graphing
**calculator**.

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Help. ©2016 Matt Bognar Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science
University of Iowa. This applet computes **probabilities** and percentiles for **normal**
random variables: X ∼ N ( μ , σ ) ...