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

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