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# Statistics 1 Normal Distribution watch

1. I am doing S1 in the summer for edexcel and I have to self teach myself.
So far so good, but in the normal distribution chapter they have questions such as ,

Use tables to find
P( Z < 1.52 )

This requires me to look at the table of all the values and search for 1.52

WILL THIS TABLE FULL OF VALUES BE IN THE EXAM or IS THERE A FORMULAE TO WORK THIS OUT?
2. (Original post by jkljeril)
I am doing S1 in the summer for edexcel and I have to self teach myself.
So far so good, but in the normal distribution chapter they have questions such as ,

Use tables to find
P( Z < 1.52 )

This requires me to look at the table of all the values and search for 1.52

WILL THIS TABLE FULL OF VALUES BE IN THE EXAM or IS THERE A FORMULAE TO WORK THIS OUT?
If it's in the formulae booklet, then yes it will be in the exam. So check the formulae booklet!

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