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Please Help........ Jane scored in the 68th percentile on a test, and John scored in the 32nd percentile. A. The proportion of the class that received a score less than John's score. B. The proportion of the class that scored as high as or higher than Jane.

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  1. anonymous
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    Which is greater or are they equal.

  2. anonymous
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    68% scored lower than Jane 32% scored lower than John So A is 32% and B is 32% also.

  3. anonymous
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    because a percentile is the amount below a certain percent

  4. anonymous
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    hey wait

  5. anonymous
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    isnt it 99 don't on a normal distribution?

  6. anonymous
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    like i thought it cant be 100 and you're subtracting 68 from 100

  7. anonymous
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    You can't have a 100th percentile, but it's still 100% total.

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