How to find the area under a normal curve, given a z-value, shaded to the left, shaded to the right, and shaded in between.
In this video I provide a tutorial on how to calculate the probabilities associated with a normal distribution from knowing the mean and the standard deviation.
From Bell Curved Education
How to find a critical value z.05 in the Standard Normal N(0,1) Distribution, using either the Table or your TI-83/84 Graphing Calculator.
Learn how to calculate the probability of a normal distribution using a calculator. Learn more about online education at http://www.studyatapu.com/youtube.
From American Public University
Dr. Tim Urdan, author of Statistics in Plain English, 3rd Edition, demonstrates how to calculate the probability of obtaining a given sample mean by chance.
StatCrunch quickly solves for z-scores when you are given the area under the normal curve/probability between two data points. Between problems are easy.
From The Stats Files - Dawn Wright Ph.D.
This video will teach you how to find the z-score and the area of the normal distribution under the curve. The video shows an example and how to solve it. Please ...
From I Hate Math Group, Inc
This is a walkthrough of the probability features of your TI-84 graphing calculator. For more resources, go to: http://www.centerofmath.org You can jump to a ...
From Worldwide Center of Mathematics
This video shows how to use the INVNORM function in the TI84 to find percentiles (problems where you already have the probability or percentage and you are ...
From Dr. Roty's Tutorial Channel
Tutorial on how to calculate z scores. A z score measures the distance, in standard deviations, a specific observation is from the mean. Like us on: ...