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Upper-Tail Percentage Points for the Standard Normal Distribution


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The table gives the values of z for which P(Z > z)=q%, where Z has a normal distribution with mean 0 and variance 1.

q(%)zq(%)zq(%)zq(%)zq(%)z

500.000151.0362.51.9601.02.3260.043.353

450.126141.0802.41.9770.92.3660.033.432

400.253131.1262.31.9950.82.4090.023.540

350.385121.1752.22.0140.72.4570.013.719

300.524111.2272.12.0340.62.5120.0253.891

250.674101.2822.02.0540.52.5760.0214.265

240.70691.3411.92.0750.42.6520.0354.417

230.73981.4051.82.0970.32.7480.0314.753

220.77271.4761.72.1200.22.8780.0454.892

210.80661.5551.62.1440.13.0900.0415.199

200.84251.6451.52.1700.093.1210.0555.327

190.8784.51.6951.42.1970.083.1560.0515.612

180.91541.7511.32.2260.073.1950.0655.731

170.9543.51.8121.22.2570.063.2390.0615.998

160.99431.8811.12.2900.053.2910.0756.109

In the table, the notation 0.051 means 0.000 001

From A Dictionary of Statistics in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.



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