Knowledge_On-The-Go_Grade-11Grade 11 Algebra II Module 4 Lesson 10

What does it mean to be normal? Join Mr. Spicer for a discussion about z-scores and how to use the area under the curve to find probabilities in normally distributed data. You will need paper, a pencil, a TI-84 (or similar) calculator and a copy of the Standard Normal Curve Areas table. If you have access to a workbook, or a printer, we also suggest using the Classwork for the lesson, which is available using the link below the video.





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Standard Normal Curve Areas