Mark All That Are True. We can use the Normal (Z) table to find probabilities ab

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Mark All That Are True. We can use the Normal (Z) table to find probabilities about:
You must choose all five correct statements to get credit.
A) individuals, if the population is Normal
B) individuals, if the population is NOT Normal
C) averages based on small n, if the population is Normal
D) averages based on small n, if the population is NOT Normal
E) averages based on large n, if the population is Normal
F) averages based on large n, if the population is NOT Normal
G) count of successes out of n independent trials
H) sample proportion of successes out of n independent trials, when np and \(\displaystyle{n}{\left({1}-{p}\right)}\) is large enough

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The correct options are below:
A) [Individuals, if the population is Normal].
C) [Averages based on small n, if the population is Normal].
E) [Averages based on large n, if the population is Normal].
F) [Averages based on large n, if the population is NOT Normal].
H) [Sample proportion of successes out of n independent trails, when np and \(\displaystyle{n}{\left({1}-{p}\right)}\) is large enough].
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