What is the z-score of sample X, if n=49,mu=35,SD=105,and E[X]=39

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What is the z-score of sample X, if n = 49 , μ = 35 , S t . D e v . = 105 , a n d   E X = 39
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Clearly, if we have points ( x i , y i ) and one of them is ( x i , 0 ), we can't perform the devision for that point.
The approach holds as long as there is no zeros in the divisor function values.
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