## (Solved) For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that Pr[Z q] = . For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that Pr[Z > q] = . For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that...

1. For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that Pr[Z â‰¤ q] = .43.
2. For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that Pr[Z > q] = .43.
3. For Z~N(0,1), determine the q such that Pr[-q < Z < q] = .43.
4. For Z~N(0,1), what is the a such that Pr[a < Z â‰¤ 1.9] = .62?
5. For Z~N(0,1), what is the b such that Pr[-1.9 < Z â‰¤ b] = .62?
6. For Z~N(0,1), can there be an a such that Pr[a < Z â‰¤ -.1] = .62? If so, what is it; if not, why not?
7. For Z~N(0,1), can there be a b such that Pr[.2 < Z â‰¤ b] = .62? If so, what is it; if not, why not?
8. For Z~N(0,1), determine Pr[-.2 < Z < .8 | -1.5 < Z â‰¤ 1.5].
9. For X ~ N(25, 18), determine Pr[X â‰¤ 31].
10. For X ~ N(25, 18), determine Pr[X > 22].
11. For X ~ N(25, 18), determine Pr[20 < X â‰¤ 30].
12. For X~N(25, 18), determine Pr[27 < X â‰¤ 30 | 20 < X â‰¤ 31].

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