Standardization of variables, Mathematics

Standardization of Variables

- Before we use the general distribution curve to determine probabilities of the continuous variables, we require standardizing the original units of measurement, by using the given formula.

Z = (x - μ)/s

Whereas χ = Value to be standardized

            Z = Standardization of x

            µ = population mean

            σ = Standard deviation

Posted Date: 2/20/2013 6:36:42 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Standardization of variables, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Standardization of variables, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Standardization of variables Discussions

Write discussion on Standardization of variables
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Decision-Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty With decision making under uncertainty, the decision maker is aware of different possible states of nature, but has insufficient

A car was machine washes every car in 5 minutes accurately. It has been calculated that customers will arrive as per to a Poisson distribution at an average of 8 per hour. Calculat

2.When investigating times required for drive-through service, the following results (in seconds) were obtained. Find the range, variance, and standard deviation for each of the tw

Two circles touch internally at a point P and from a point T on the common tangent at P, tangent segments TQ and TR are drawn to the two circles. Prove that TQ = TR. Given:

A 'woman was trying to teach her three-year-old child the numbers from 1to 5 from a children's book on numbers. Each number was illustrated by the same number of trees drawn next t

Ms. Mehta teaches in a government primary school in Delhi. The children who come to her in Class 1 are familiar with a few numbers. At the beginning of the session, she asks the ch


Can anybody suggest me any example of Set Representation?

If a school has lockers with 50 numbers on each combination lock, how many possible combinations using three numbers are there.

y 2 = t 2 - 3 is the actual implicit solution to y'= t/y, y(2) = -1. At such point I will ask that you trust me that it is actually a solution to the differential equation. You w