Q: Formular for calculating probability under law of compliment?

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whole under part equals 100 out of the percentage

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The area under the pdf between two values is the probability that the random variable lies between those two values.

The question is under-specified. The variable is not defined, the event space is not defined, the experiment is not defined.

It is 5/11.

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whole under part equals 100 out of the percentage

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Statistics is the study of how probable an observed event is under a set of assumptions about the underlying probability distribution.

A normalized probability distribution curve has an area under the curve of 1.Note: I said "normalized", not "normal". Do not confuse the terms.

The area under the pdf between two values is the probability that the random variable lies between those two values.

If the question is to do with a probability distribution curve, the answer is ONE - whatever the values of mu and sigma. The area under the curve of any probability distribution curve is 1.

You need a null hypothesis first. You then calculate the probability of the observation under the conditions specified by the null hypothesis.

Please see the link under "legitimate probability density function".

Yes. The total area under any probability distribution curve is always the probability of all possible outcomes - which is 1.

No. It must remain the same.

"NEVER" again,..under Jerry Jones anyway

In terms of probability theory, the cumulative distribution function (cdf) is the result of the summation or integration of the probability density function (pdf). The cdf F(a) is the area under the pdf from its lower limit to a. I hope I am responding to your question. If not, perhaps you can clarify it and resubmit it.