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Properties of the
Z Score Normal
Distributi...
Properties of the
Z Score Normal
Distribution:
1. Symmetrical
2. Mean = 0
and Standard
Deviation = 1
σ = 1
µ = 0
3. Mean, ...
Properties of the
Z Score Normal
Distribution:
1. Symmetrical
2. Mean = 0
and Standard
Deviation = 1
Mean,
median, and
mod...
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Normal Distribution and z Scores Explained - Introductory Statistics

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The properties of the normal distribution are explained in the video, including how the normal distribution is symmetrical, how mean = 0 and standard deviation = 1, how the mean, median, and mode are equal, positive and negative z scores, and what a z score means.

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Normal Distribution and z Scores Explained - Introductory Statistics

  1. 1. 50% or .50 of values to left of mean 50% or .50 of the values to right of mean Properties of the Z Score Normal Distribution: 1. Symmetrical 2. Mean = 0 and Standard Deviation = 1 3. Mean, median, and mode are equal Z Score Normal Distribution Entire area under curve = 100% or 1.00 Quantitative Specialists
  2. 2. Properties of the Z Score Normal Distribution: 1. Symmetrical 2. Mean = 0 and Standard Deviation = 1 σ = 1 µ = 0 3. Mean, median, and mode are equal Z Score Normal Distribution Quantitative Specialists
  3. 3. Properties of the Z Score Normal Distribution: 1. Symmetrical 2. Mean = 0 and Standard Deviation = 1 Mean, median, and mode are all equal to zero. 3. Mean, median, and mode are equal. Z Score Normal Distribution Quantitative Specialists
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  5. 5. 50% or .50 of values to left of mean 50% or .50 of the values to right of mean Properties of the Z Score Normal Distribution: 1. Symmetrical 2. Mean = 0 and Standard Deviation = 1 σ = 1 µ = 0 3. Mean, median, and mode are equal Z Score Normal Distribution Entire area under curve = 100% or 1.00 Quantitative Specialists

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