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Statistics: \[\mu=28\] \[\sigma=5\] If \[P(z\le z_0)=0.12\] How do I use the attached table to come to the conclusion that \[z_0=-1.175\]?

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look up .12 in the middle of the table
or the numbers closest to .12

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You mean here?
no...the middle of the table...middle of the paper
No I think you mean here
middle! ... don't look along the edge yet
yes...but there is another number that is really close to .12
yes...what are the z values for those 2 numbers
but how did they come to the conclusion that z_0=-1.175?
answer my last question first
-1.1 and .07 and .08....ah I see Therefore -1.75 since it between .1190 and .1210
-1.17 and -1.18 take average of the two gives -1.175

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