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1. how do you read a z table ?

...-table and look up the z -score on the outside. .99/2 =.495 Look in Z -table and find .495. I read .4949 and .4951, which is in between 2.57 and 2.58 respectively, so I would...

6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/11/2008

2. Do Japanese people read alphabets A to Z ?

...alphabet like "L I C Z M I H ..."... No, we don't. How we read , I mean, how we pronounce each letter.... Wow, it's been a long way.

5 Answers · Society & Culture · 11/02/2013

3. Any teachers out there familiar with running records and/or Reading A - Z ?

...find that with any running record system you get a "rough" idea about where a child is reading . So if I were you, I'd try her out at the...

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 03/10/2012

...precise value, you must go to the table, lower down on the page. Since a single tail Z table counts only from 50%, you want to find the Z value corresponding...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/08/2014

5. Z -score table?

You read a z -table like a map. If you are looking for the probability of z >... both line to the number inside the table, which is the probability of z < 1.56. Do 1 - p( z <.56) to get p( z >1...

3 Answers · Education & Reference · 26/05/2007

6. How do you read a z score chart for AP stats?

...only give you one number, 0.4, which gives the area to the left of the z -score, -0.33. The left column gives you the first digit beyond...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/01/2013

7. i have 3 years old kid who can read a - z and full poty training at at 2, is she gifted?

... new things and ideas. this is the stage where a child can actually learn more than one language, read books, learn new vocabulary and so forth. i would encourage you to participate in...

3 Answers · Education & Reference · 07/03/2007

8. How do you read a Z Table? 1O POINTS?

... at the chart for -.35 instead of .35. Look at the chart, there should be Z score numbers at the left. Find .3, then go across the table and look...

1 Answers · Education & Reference · 05/10/2012