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The mean of a standard normal probability distribution

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1) The mean of a standard normal probability distribution
A) None of the alternative answers is correct.
B)Can be any value as long as it is positive.
C) Is always equal to 1
D) Can be any value
2)An important application of the chi-square distribution is
A)Testing for goodness of fit.
B) Making inferences about a single population variance.
C) All of these alternatives are correct.
D)Testing fr the independence of two variables.
3)A(n)_______ is an unusually small or unusually large data value.
A)Median
B)Sample Statistic
C)Outlier
D)Z-Score
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Calculus and Above
Expert:  Ryan replied 4 years ago.

Hi,

Here are the solutions:

1) A) None of the alternative asnwers is correct

(The mean of the standard normal probability distribution is always equal to 0.)

2) C) All of these alternatives are correct

3) C) Outlier

Thanks.

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