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    Using z-scores, a population with µ = 37 and Ï? = 6 is standardized so that the new mean is µ = 50 and Ï? = 10. How does an individual's z-score in the new distribution compare with his/her z-score in the original population?

    cannot be determined with the information given
    new z = old z + 13
    new z = (10/6)(old z)
    new z = old z

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