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In the first line below the plot in the **calculator** window, specify the distribution
parameters. As examples, with the **normal** distribution, specify the mean and
standard deviation; with the binomial distribution, specify n and p. In the second
line below the plot, specify the direction of the desired **probability**. To compute a ...

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In addition, these functions have the advantage that the numerical
correspondence between the random value X = x and its **Normal probability** Φ (-x
) is bijective. ... Although the asymptotic approximation of this function can be
used to **calculate** probabilities associated with large values of x, it has the
disadvantage of not ...

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Gaussian (**Normal**) Distribution **Probability Calculator**.

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The PROBNORM function returns the **probability** that an observation from the
standard **normal** distribution is less than or equal to x. Note: PROBNORM is the
inverse of the PROBIT function. [cautionend] ...

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Statistics and **Probability** on the TI–83/84. Written by Jeff O'Connell ... If you
haven't used the **calculator** before, you may want to get rid of everything that was
there. You do this by pressing 2nd ... **Normal** Distributions: To find **probabilities**
from the **normal** distribution select [2:normalcdf(]. The inputs are normalcdf(lower
bound ...

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**Probability**. Coin toss examples; **Probability** distribution; Statistical significance.
Standard **normal** distribution. Area under a **normal** curve; Table of areas under a
.... Remember that a z-score is a standard score (also called the standard
Gaussian variable) that is **calculated** by subtracting the mean from a value and
dividing ...

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Example. I want to perform a study to **determine** the number of kilometres the
average person in Australia drives a car in one day. It is not possible to measure
the number of kilometres driven by every person in the population, so I randomly
choose a sample of 10 people and record how far they have driven.

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Why do you need a table to find **probabilities** with z-scores? ... Fundamentals of
Statistics 2: The **Normal** Distribution :: Above, Below and Between **Probabilities** ...
We look up 1.667 in a table of **normal** values, use the Excel function =
NORMSDIST(1.6667) or use the online **calculator** and we get .952213. That
means you're in ...

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This **calculator** will compute the **probability** density function (PDF) for the **normal**
distribution, given the mean, standard deviation, and the point at which to
evaluate the function x.