# Fullerton College Statistics Worksheet

Show your work on pages 100 – 102 of your packet (you must do the problems exactly how you were shown in the lecture). SHOW A GRAPH FOR EACH PROBLEM 1 – 12!

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Assignment #6:
SHOW AN INDIVIDUAL GRAPH FOR EACH PROBLEM.
1. Find the percentage of cases that fall between the mean and a z score of.70.
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2. Find the percentage of cases that fall between the mean and a z score of -.09.
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3. Find the percentage of cases falling above a z score of 1.25.
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4. Find the percentage of cases that fall below a z score of -.86.
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5. Find the percentage of cases that fall below a z score of 1.39.
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6. Find the percentage of cases falling above a z score of -1.65.
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7. Find the percentage of cases that fall below a z score of .13.
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8. Find the percentage of cases that fall below a z score of -1.96.
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9. Find the percentage of cases falling above a z score of 1.33.
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10. Find the percentage of cases falling above a z score of -.19.
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11. Find the percentage of cases falling between a z score of -1.52 and a z of .15.
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12. Find the percentage of cases falling between a z score of -2.50 and a z of 1.65.
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Lecture #7 – The Practical Applications of z-scores
13. Is “50th percentile” the same thing as “50%”? (see lecture 5 to review percentiles)
14. On a normal distribution, at what percentile must the mean fall?
15. On a normal distribution, at what percentile must the median fall?
16. On a normal distribution, at what percentile must the mode fall?
17. On a normal distribution, what percentage of scores fall below the mean?
18. On a normal distribution, what percentage of scores fall within +1 SD from the mean?
19. On a normal distribution, what percentage of scores fall within #2 SD from the mean?
20. On a normal distribution, what percentage of scores fall within +3 SD from the mean?
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21. What are two different names for the rule referenced in the above 3 questions?
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22. A positive z score always yields a percentile rank above
23. A negative z score always yields a percentile rank below
24. A negative z score always indicates that the raw score is below the
25. Between z scores of
under the normal curve can be found almost the entire
distribution.
26. A z score of always indicates that the raw score coincides with the mean.
The following are all FALSE. State why it is false and/or correct the statement.
27. In a normal distribution, it is sometimes possible for the mean to occur above the 50th
percentile.
28. Normal distributions may be bimodal.
29. Normal distributions are platykurtic.
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30. The mean may be a larger value than the median in a normal distribution.
31. In a normal curve, there are more positive z scores than there are negative z scores.
32. The tails of the normal curve cross the X axis.
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