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Reply to the following Discussion Question with a substantive post - one that demonstrates that you understand the mathematical concepts and provides an explanation rather than just making a simple statement about the topic. Explain the 68/95/99.7 rule for normal distributions in terms of the data that is displayed by the curve.

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Reply to the following Discussion Question with a substantive
post - one that demonstrates that you understand the mathematical
concepts and provides an explanation rather than just making a
simple statement about the topic. The z-statistic is calculated
with the formula z = (sample statistic - null parameter)/(standard
error). Why do we subtract the null parameter from the sample
statistic? In other words, what does subtracting achieve for us?
Why do we then divide that value by the standard error?...

Week 7 Discussion
The Normal Distribution, also called the
Gaussian Distribution, is a representation of the distribution of
many different types of data, especially when considering large
amounts of data. Some examples of data that are normally
distributed are IQ scores, heights, blood pressure measurements and
GPAs. The empirical rule, along with the Normal Distribution
provides information about the data that is easy to calculate.
Follow this link to understand the empirical rule:
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