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ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 3E
William Navidi and Barry Monk
©McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. Authorized only for instructor use in the classroom. No reproduction or further distribution permitted without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education.
Applications of the Normal
Distribution
Section 7.2
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Objectives
1. Convert values from a normal distribution to 𝑧-scores
2. Find areas under a normal curve
3. Find the value from a normal distribution corresponding to a
given proportion
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Objective 1
Convert values from a normal distribution to
𝑧-scores
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Standardization
Recall that the 𝑧-score of a data value
represents the number of standard
deviations that data value is above or
below the mean.
If 𝑥 is a value from a normal distribution
with mean 𝜇 and standard deviation 𝜎,
we can convert 𝑥 to a 𝑧-score by using a
method known as standardization. The
𝑥−𝜇
𝑧-score of 𝑥 is 𝑧 =
.
𝜎
For example, consider a woman whose
height is 𝑥 = 67 inches from a normal
population with mean 𝜇 = 64 inches and
𝜎 = 3 inches. The 𝑧-score is:
𝑥 − 𝜇 67 − 64
𝑧=
=
=1
𝜎
3
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Objective 2
Find areas under a normal curve
*(TI-84 PLUS)
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Ex 1: Area Under a Normal Curve (TI-84)
A study reported that the length of pregnancy from conception to birth
is approximately normally distributed with mean 𝜇 = 272 days and
standard deviation 𝜎 = 9 days. What proportion of pregnancies last
longer than 280 days?
Solution:
We use the normalcdf command with 280
as the lower endpoint, 1E99 as the upper
endpoint, 272 as the mean, and 9 as the
standard deviation. We conclude that the
proportion of pregnancies that last longer
than 280 days is 0.1870.
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Ex 2: Area Under a Normal Curve (TI-84)
The length of a pregnancy from conception to birth is approximately
normally distributed with mean 𝜇 = 272 days and standard deviation
𝜎 = 9 days. A pregnancy is considered full-term if it lasts between 252
days and 298 days. What proportion of pregnancies are full-term?
Solution:
We use the normalcdf command with 252
as the lower endpoint, 298 as the upper
endpoint, 272 as the mean, and 9 as the
standard deviation. The proportion of
pregnancies that are full-term, between
252 days and 298 days, is 0.9849.
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Objective 3*
Find the value from a normal distribution
corresponding to a given proportion
*(TI-84 PLUS)
©McGraw-Hill Education.
Example: Finding Normal Values (TI-84)
Mensa is an organization whose membership is limited to people whose IQ
is in the top 2% of the population. Assume that scores on an IQ test are
normally distributed with mean 𝜇 = 100 and standard deviation 𝜎 = 15.
What is the minimum score needed to qualify for membership in Mensa?
Solution:
The figure shows the value 𝑥 separating the upper
2% from the lower 98%. The area 0.02 is on the
right, so we subtract from 1 and work with the
area 0.98 on the left.
Using the invNorm command with 0.98 as the area
on the left, 100 as the mean, and 15 as the
standard deviation, we find the minimum score to
be 130.81. Since IQ scores are generally whole
numbers, we round this to 𝑥 = 131.
©McGraw-Hill Education.
You Should Know . . .
• How to convert values from a normal distribution to 𝑧scores
• How to find areas under a normal curve (Calculator)
• How to find the value from a normal population
corresponding to a given proportion (Calculator)
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