The average height of U.S. men is 69 inches (5 feet 9 inches) with a standard deviation of 4 inches. What is the z-value that corresponds to the shortest 33% of men? Select one: a. -0.95 b. -0.13 c. -0.33 d. -0.44 e. 0.95 f. 0.44 g. 0.33 h. 0.13

enmobladatn 2022-07-22 Answered
The average height of U.S. men is 69 inches (5 feet 9 inches) with a standard deviation of 4 inches. What is the z-value that corresponds to the shortest 33% of men?
Select one:
a. -0.95
b. -0.13
c. -0.33
d. -0.44
e. 0.95
f. 0.44
g. 0.33
h. 0.13
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Answered 2022-07-23 Author has 18 answers
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Using standard normal table,
P ( Z < z ) = 33 %
= P ( Z < z ) = 0.33
= P ( Z < 0.44 ) = 0.33
z = 0.44 ( Using standard normal z table,)
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