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- Similar to # 13, Normalized Distributions involve taking a raw score and converting it to a Z score.. Complete the following, if the mean is 100 and stn dev is 10:

- What is Z score if X is 115?

What is the Z score if X is 121?

- Similar to # 13, Normalized Distributions involve taking a raw score and converting it to a Z score.. Complete the following, if the mean is 100 and stn dev is 10:

- What is Z score if X is 115?

What is the Z score if X is 121?

- Similar to # 13, Normalized Distributions involve taking a raw score and converting it to a Z score.. Complete the following, if the mean is 100 and stn dev is 10:

- What is Z score if X is 115?

What is the Z score if X is 121?v

- What is Z score if X is 115?

What is the Z score if X is 121?

Answer #1

**Solution:**

Given:

Mean =

Standard Deviation =

We have to convert given raw scores ( that is x values) to z score.

**Part A)** What is Z score if X is 115?

We use following z score formula:

Put x = 115 in z score formula:

**Part B)** What is the Z score if X is 121?

Put x = 121 in z score formula:

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