# Statistical Diagrams and Calculations

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I need help with the following three statistical diagrams and calculations. The diagrams need to be done in Microsoft excel or Microsoft word and attached as a separate document. Show your work of how you arrive at the answer to the calculations so it can help me in understanding how to do other similar problems.

1. What is the probability (or the percentage of the area under the normal curve) of having a data point that is greater than + 0.84 "z"?

2. What is the probability (or the percentage of the area under the normal curve) of having a data point contained within + 2.33 "z" of the mean?

3. What is the probability (or the percentage of the area under the normal curve) of having a data point greater than + 1.6 "z" ?

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