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How do I standardise the x-values in a normal distribution into z-values?
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Z(X) = (X-Mean)/Standard Deviation
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The so-called “z-formula” for standardizing an x-value to a z-value is: You take your x-value, subtract the mean , and then divide this difference by the standard deviation. This gives you the corresponding standard score (z-value or z-score).

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