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Q: What is the probability associated with the area to the right of the mean in a normal distribution?

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z = 1.52 (approx)

No, as you said it is right skewed.

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The probability mass function is used to characterize the distribution of discrete random variables, while the probability density function is used to characterize the distribution of absolutely continuous random variables. You might want to read more about this at www.statlect.com/prbdst1.htm (see the link below or on the right)

It determines the location of the graph: left or right - but not its shape.

0.0006 (approx).

It is 0.877

100%

If the population distribution is roughly normal, the sampling distribution should also show a roughly normal distribution regardless of whether it is a large or small sample size. If a population distribution shows skew (in this case skewed right), the Central Limit Theorem states that if the sample size is large enough, the sampling distribution should show little skew and should be roughly normal. However, if the sampling distribution is too small, the sampling distribution will likely also show skew and will not be normal. Although it is difficult to say for sure "how big must a sample size be to eliminate any population skew", the 15/40 rule gives a good idea of whether a sample size is big enough. If the population is skewed and you have fewer that 15 samples, you will likely also have a skewed sampling distribution. If the population is skewed and you have more that 40 samples, your sampling distribution will likely be roughly normal.

Right around -1.28

The Z value is 0.

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