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12 Oct 2023

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10 Oct 2023

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Resolved: Normal distribution

If I have a T~N(45.1, 19.0) and a mean 43.4 in a sample n=50 how can I calculate Z?


Z=(43.4-45.1)/(19/sqrt(50))?


Thanks in advace,

A.

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Posted on:

12 Oct 2023

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Hey Antonio,

Yes, you're on the right track. If you substitute the values in the Z equation you provided you'll obtain Z.

Best,

Ned

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