I define density curves. I also define Normality through the Empirical Rule. We then introduce the Z-score formula, which is a linear transformation, and show how is allows us to use the Standard Normal Distribution to find p-values. DENSITY CURVES 0:04 EMPERICAL RULE 3:48 Z-SCORE INTRO 6:50 EXAMPLE 11:01
I have no idea what happened to the end of my lesson. If you need help finding area under a bell curve you can check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_86q-hn_3DQ&list=PLC8478000586FA6F9&index=13
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