Question

Assume that the readings at freezing on a bundle of thermometers
are normally distributed with a mean of 0°C and a standard
deviation of 1.00°C. A single thermometer is randomly selected and
tested. Find the probability of obtaining a reading less than
-1.503°C.

P(Z<−1.503)=P(Z<-1.503)=

Answer #1

= P( (Y - mean)/SD < (-1.503 - mean)/SD

= P(Z < (-1.503 - mean)/SD)

= P(Z < (-1.503 - 0)/1)

= P(Z < -1.503)

= 0.066

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