How do I find the corresponding x-scores for a z-score of 1.50, if it has...

pozicijombx

pozicijombx

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2022-01-29

How do I find the corresponding x-scores for a z-score of 1.50, if it has a mean of 7 and a standard deviation of 10?

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Damian Roberts

Damian Roberts

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2022-01-30Added 14 answers

Explanation:
Relation between z-scores and x-scores is given by
z=xμσ, where μ is the mean and σ is standard deviation.
As z=1.50, μ=7 and σ=10, we have
1.5=x710
i.e. x7=1.5×10=15
and x=22

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