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### Let have a standard normal distribution so 0 1 Draw.pdf

• 1. Let have a standard normal distribution, so ~ (0, 1). Draw a picture of the standard normal distribution bell curve and find the indicated area/probability rounded to four decimal places. Indicate whether you use a table or technology. A. P(Z<1.11) B. P(Z>-0.28) C. P(-1.05<Z<1.36) (9 points) Let Z have a standard normal distribution, so ZN(0,1). Draw a picture of the standard normal distribution bell curve and find the indicated area/probability rounded to four decimal places. Indicate whether you use a table or technology. a) P(Z<1.11) b) P(Z>0.28) c) P(1.05<Z< 1.36)
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