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# 6.1-6.

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question.

## 1) X is a normally distributed random variable with a mean of 11.00. If the probability 1)

that X is less than 11.88 is 0.67 (as shown below), then what is the standard deviation of
X? (Note: the diagram is not necessarily to scale.)

## A) 4.00 B) 2.40 C) 1.00 D) 2.00

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question.

2) What is the z value such that 50% of the total area under the standard normal 2)
distribution curved lies to the right of it?

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question.

3) The area under the normal distribution curve that lies within three standard deviations 3)
of the mean is approximately 95%.
A) True B) False

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question.

4) Find the z value to the right of the mean so that 62.93% of the area under the 4)
distribution curve lies to the left of it.

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question.

5) Find the z-scores that bound the middle 74% of the area under the standard normal 5)
curve.
A) -0.99, 0.99 B) -1.24, 1.24 C) -1.07, 1.07 D) -1.13, 1.13

6) X is a normally distributed random variable with a mean of 4.0. Find the standard 6)
deviation of the distribution if 59.10% of the data lies to the right of 3.54. (Note: the
diagram is not necessarily to scale.)

## A) 1.3 B) 2.0 C) 1.0 D) 0.5

7) One normal curve has a mean of 24 and a standard deviation of 3. A second normal 7)
curve has a mean of 3 and a standard deviation of 24. The curve that is more dispersed,
A) neither; by definition,a normal curve shows no spread.
B) both; they are equally spread out.
C) the second normal curve.
D) the first normal curve.

## A) –0.22 B) 1.33 C) –0.51 D) 0.41

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question.

9) Stating that the area under the standard normal distribution curve between z = 0 9)
and z = 1.00 is 0.3413, is the same as stating that the of
randomly selecting a standard normally distributed variable z with a value
between 0 and 1.00 is 0.3413.

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question.

10) A bottler of drinking water fills plastic bottles with a mean volume of 998 milliliters 10)
(mL) and standard deviation 7 mL. The fill volumes are normally distributed. What
proportion of bottles have volumes greater than 999 mL?
A) 0.4443 B) 0.8051 C) 1.0000 D) 0.6293

11) The average hourly wage of workers at a fast food restaurant is \$6.50/hr. Assume the 11)
wages are normally distributed with a standard deviation of \$0.45. If a worker at this
fast food restaurant is selected at random, what is the probability that the worker earns
more than \$6.75?
A) 5.2% B) 28.8% C) 42.1% D) 27.6%

12) Which choice is another term that can be used to describe a normal distribution: 12)
A) bell curve B) independent variable
C) negatively or positively skewed D) discrete distribution

13) The number of standard deviations a particular X value is from the mean is commonly 13)
referred to as .
A) B) P(X) C) 2 D) z

14) A bottler of drinking water fills plastic bottles with a mean volume of 999 milliliters 14)
(mL) and standard deviation 5 mL. The fill volumes are normally distributed. What
proportion of bottles have volumes between 992 mL and 998 mL?
A) 0.4207 B) 0.6452 C) 0.3399 D) 0.0808

15) For a normal distribution curve with a mean of 15 and a standard deviation of 5, which 15)
range of the variable defines an area under the curve corresponding to a probability of
approximately 68%?
A) from 12.5 to 17.5 B) from 10 to 20
C) from 5 to 25 D) from 15 to 25

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16) A normal population has a mean = 40 and standard deviation = 11. What proportion 16)
of the population is between 24 and 32?
A) 0.8408 B) 0.1592 C) 0.0735 D) 0.2327

17) Identify the type of distribution pattern that occurs when the majority of the data values 17)
fall to the left of the mean?
A) negatively skewed B) left skewed
C) positively skewed D) symmetrical

18) The area under a normal distribution curve is always positive even if the z value is 18)
negative.
A) True B) False

19) Find the probability P(z < 0.37) using the standard normal distribution. 19)
A) 0.6300 B) 0.1443 C) 0.3557 D) 0.6443

20) On an easy test, the mean score was 96 out of a possible 100 points. The distribution of 20)
the test scores is likely to be
A) symmetric. B) negatively skewed.
C) diagonally skewed. D) positively skewed.

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question.

21) Mrs. Smith's reading class can read an average of 175 words per minute with a 21)
standard deviation of 20 words per minute. The top 3% of the class is to receive
a special award. What is the minimum number of words per minute a student
would need to read in order to get the award? Assume the data is normally
distributed.

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question.

22) To find the area under the standard normal distribution curve between two z values, one 22)
first finds the difference between the two z values, then locates the value corresponding
to that difference in the Standard Normal Distribution table.
A) True B) False

23) The average gas mileage of a certain model car is 30.0 miles per gallon. If the gas 23)
mileages are normally distributed with a standard deviation of 0.75 miles per gallon,
find the probability that a car has a gas mileage of between 29.8 and 30.2 miles per
gallon.
A) 0.107 B) 0.287 C) 0.273 D) 0.213

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24) The figure below is an example of a negatively skewed distribution. 24)

A) True B) False

25) Find the z-score for which the area to the right is 0.27. 25)
A) 0.82 B) 0.52 C) 0.34 D) 0.61

26) X is a normally distributed random variable with a standard deviation of 2.00. Find the 26)
mean of X if 12.71% of the area under the distribution curve lies to the right of 10.28.
(Note: the diagram is not necessarily to scale.)

## A) 7.5 B) 8.0 C) 9.6 D) 8.7

27) Find the probability P(z > -0.54) using the standard normal distribution. 27)
A) 0.7946 B) 0.2054 C) 0.2946 D) 0.7054

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question.

28) When the data values are evenly distributed about the mean, the distribution is 28)
said to be .

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question.

29) If a normally distributed group of test scores have a mean of 70 and a standard deviation 29)
of 12, find the percentage of scores that will fall below 50.
A) 6.75% B) 4.75% C) 35.54% D) 45.25%

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30) When the majority of the data values fall to the right of the mean, the distribution is said 30)
to be left-skewed.
A) False B) True

31) X is a normally distributed random variable with a mean of 10 and a standard deviation 31)
of 4.0. Find the value of X for which 70.54% of the area under the distribution curve
lies to the right of it. (Note: the diagram is not necessarily to scale.)

## A) 7.84 B) 8.92 C) 11.89 D) 8.56

32) Find the area under the standard normal distribution curve between z = –2.05 and z = 32)
2.05.

## A) 0.9876 B) 0.9596 C) 0.4798 D) 0.4938

33) Find the z value that corresponds to the given area. 33)

## A) 0.07 B) 1.23 C) 1.46 D) –1.46

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34) In a standard normal distribution, what z value corresponds to 17% of the data between 34)
the mean and the z value?
A) 0.44 B) 1.25 C) 2.10 D) 0.52

35) Find the z value that corresponds to the given area. 35)

## A) –0.79 B) 0.57 C) 0.27 D) 0.44

36) Find the area under the standard normal curve to the left of z = 1.5. 36)
A) 0.4332 B) 0.9332 C) 0.4666 D) 0.0668

37) Find the probability P(0.16 < z < 1.23) using the standard normal distribution. 37)
A) 0.8271 B) 0.3600 C) 0.6729 D) 0.3271

38) The weights of 6-week-old poults (juvenile turkeys) are normally distributed with a 38)
mean 8.9 pounds and standard deviation 1.9 pounds. A turkey farmer wants to provide a
money-back guarantee that her 6-week poults will weigh at least a certain amount. What
weight should she guarantee so that she will have to give her customer's money back
only 1% of the time?
A) 4.92 lb B) 3.58 lb C) 4.02 lb D) 4.47 lb

39) In applied statistics, it is the area under the normal distribution curve which is most 39)
important, not the value of single points on the curve.
A) True B) False

40) Which of the following properties distinguishes the standard normal distribution from 40)
other normal distributions?
A) The mean is 0 and the standard deviation is 1.
B) The total area under the curve is equal to 1.00.
C) The mean is located at the center of the distribution.
D) The curve is continuous.

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41) If a normal distribution has a mean of 35 and a standard deviation of 10, then 41)
A) the median is 45 and the mode is 25.
B) the median is 35 and the mode is 45.
C) the median is 25 and the mode is 45.
D) the median is 35 and the mode is 35.

42) Find the probability P(0 < z < 1.67), using the standard normal distribution. 42)
A) 45.25% B) 42.07% C) 45.54% D) 35.54%

43) X is a normally distributed random variable with a standard deviation of 3.50. Find the 43)
mean of X when 64.8% of the area lies to the left of 5.33. (Note: the diagram is not
necessarily to scale.)

## A) 3.7 B) 5.2 C) 2.1 D) 4.0

44) The normal distribution curve can be used as a probability distribution curve for 44)
normally distributed variables.
A) True B) False

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Testname: 6.1-6.2 QUIZ

1) D
2) zero
3) B
4) 0.33
5) D
6) B
7) C
8) A
9) probability
10) A
11) B
12) A
13) D
14) C
15) B
16) B
17) C
18) A
19) D
20) B
21) 213
22) B
23) D
24) B
25) D
26) B
27) D
28) symmetrical
29) B
30) B
31) A
32) B
33) C
34) A
35) B
36) B
37) D
38) D
39) A
40) A
41) D
42) A
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