Q: What is the standard deviation of the stardard normal curve?

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Mean = 0 Standard Deviation = 1

It is 15 points.

The normal distribution would be a standard normal distribution if it had a mean of 0 and standard deviation of 1.

The standard normal curve is symmetrical.

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Mean = 0 Standard Deviation = 1

nop its not

The distance between the middle and the inflection point is the standard deviation.

A standard normal distribution has a mean of zero and a standard deviation of 1. A normal distribution can have any real number as a mean and the standard deviation must be greater than zero.

It is 15 points.

No, they are rarely the same.

The normal distribution would be a standard normal distribution if it had a mean of 0 and standard deviation of 1.

Because the standard deviation is one of the two parameters (the other being the mean) which define the Normal curve. The mean defines the location and the standard deviation defines its shape.

Smaller

The mean must be 0 and the standard deviation must be 1. Use the formula: z = (x - mu)/sigma

If the Z-Score corresponds to the standard deviation, then the distribution is "normal", or Gaussian.

Mean and Standard Deviation