SOLUTION: Suppose the Q-angles (measured standing) for a population of young adult women are normally distributed with a mean of 19° and standard deviation of 8°. Let us call this variable X

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 Question 393144: Suppose the Q-angles (measured standing) for a population of young adult women are normally distributed with a mean of 19° and standard deviation of 8°. Let us call this variable X.Using z score formula z= (X-mean)/s, find out the X-value that represents the 35th percentile of the distribution. Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi z = -.3853 for the 35 percentile using excel function NORMSINV(0.35) -.3853*8 = X - 19 19 - .3853*8 = X 15.9176 = X ```