# Statistics MCQs –Continuous Distributions Part 10

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181. If P(Z > z) = 0.6844 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. -0.21

182. If P(Z < z) = 0.6844 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. -0.21

183. If P(Z > z) = 0.8508 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. -0.21

184. If P(Z < z) = 0.8508 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. -0.21

185. If P(Z > z) = 0.5832 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. -0.21

186. If P(Z < z) = 0.5832 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -0.48

b. 0.48

c. -1.04

d. 1.04

e. 0.21

187. If P(Z > z) = 0.9830 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -2.12

b. 2.12

c. -1.77

d. 1.77

e. -0.21

188. If P(Z < z) = 0.9830 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -2.12

b. 2.12

c. -1.77

d. 1.77

e. -0.21

189. If P(Z > z) = 0.9616 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -2.12

b. 2.12

c. -1.77

d. 1.77

e. -0.21

190. If P(Z < z) = 0.9616 what is the value of z (z has a standard normal distribution)?

a. -2.12

b. 2.12

c. -1.77

d. 1.77

e. -0.21

191. Given that z is a standard normal random variable and that the area to the left of z is 0.305, then the value of z is:

a. 0.51

b. -0.51

c. 0.86

d. -0.86

e. 0.24

192. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The smallest 10% of oranges (those with the smallest diameters) cannot be sold and are therefore given away. What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the smallest 10% of diameters are to be given away?

a. 107.2

b. 103.6

c. 111.6

d. 109.6

e. 105.9

193. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The smallest 5% of oranges (those with the smallest diameters) cannot be sold and are therefore given away. What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the smallest 5% of diameters are to be given away?

a. 107.2

b. 103.6

c. 111.6

d. 109.6

e. 105.9

194. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The smallest 20% of oranges (those with the smallest diameters) cannot be sold and are therefore given away. What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the smallest 20% of diameters are to be given away?

a. 107.2

b. 103.6

c. 111.6

d. 109.6

e. 105.9

195. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The smallest 15% of oranges (those with the smallest diameters) cannot be sold and are therefore given away. What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the smallest 15% of diameters are to be given away?

a. 107.2

b. 103.6

c. 111.6

d. 109.6

e. 105.9

196. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The smallest 8% of oranges (those with the smallest diameters) cannot be sold and are therefore given away. What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the smallest 8% of diameters are to be given away?

a. 107.2

b. 103.6

c. 111.6

d. 109.6

e. 105.9

197. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The farmer would like to select the largest 10% of oranges (those with the largest diameters) in order to be able to keep them for himself and his family to enjoy! What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the largest 10% of diameters are to be kept?

a. 132.8

b. 136.4

c. 128.4

d. 130.4

e. 134.1

198. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The farmer would like to select the largest 5% of oranges (those with the largest diameters) in order to be able to keep them for himself and his family to enjoy! What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the largest 5% of diameters are to be kept?

a. 132.8

b. 136.4

c. 128.4

d. 130.4

e. 134.1

199. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The farmer would like to select the largest 20% of oranges (those with the largest diameters) in order to be able to keep them for himself and his family to enjoy! What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the largest 20% of diameters are to be kept?

a. 132.8

b. 136.4

c. 128.4

d. 130.4

e. 134.1

200. The diameters of oranges found in the orchard of an orange farm follow a normal distribution with a mean of 120mm and a standard deviation of 10mm. The farmer would like to select the largest 15% of oranges (those with the largest diameters) in order to be able to keep them for himself and his family to enjoy! What is the cut-off diameter in this case if oranges with the largest 15% of diameters are to be kept?

a. 132.8

b. 136.4

c. 128.4

d. 130.4

e. 134.1