Use the following Normal Distribution table to calculate the

area under the Normal Curve (Shaded area in the Figure) when Z=1.3

& H=0.05; Assume that you do not have vales of the area beyond

z=1.2 in the table; i.e. you may need to use the extrapolation.

Check your calculated value and compare with the values in the

table [for z=1.3 & H=0.05]. Calculate your percentage of error

in the estimation.

How do I solve this problem using extrapolation?

Tony SparkEnlightened

ExtrapolationUse the following Normal Distribution table to calculate the

area under the Normal Curve (Shaded area in the Figure) when

Z=1.3& H=0.05; Assume that you do not have vales of the area

beyond z=1.2 in the table; i.e. you may need to use the

extrapolation. Check your calculated value and compare with the

values in the table [for z=1.3 & H=0.05]. Calculate your

percentage of error in the estimation.

How do I solve this problem using extrapolation?

Solution:Here, we have to use the technique of extrapolation for finding

the probability for the z = 1.35 (Z=1.3& H = 0.05). Let us see

this discuss this question step by step given as below:

For using extrapolation we need the values for the row of z =

1.2

The values for the row z and columns H are given as below:

By using the extrapolation, we get

We get P(Z<1.35) = 0.4119 by using the extrapolation however

the probability by using the table is given as 0.4115. This means

there is a very small difference observed due extrapolation.