Area under standard normal curve, Operation Research

Area under Standard Normal Curve

The graph  of the  standard  normal  curve y = p(z) with  different percentages areas is  shown here. Since p(z) is  a probability  distribution the total  area  under the curve is1. The standard normal  variate(z) has  mean = 0 , and s. D =1.

Now  the probability of z lying  between  c and d is p( c< z

 

 

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