Welcome to the height of standard normal distribution calculator by ONLINE! In the following, we are focusing on how to calculate the height of standard normal distribution.
The height (ordinate) of a normal standard distribution is defined as:
Where Z is the random variable with normal distribution with mean (μ) is zero and the standard deviation (σ) is one. Z can take on any value from -infinity to +infinity.
Here are the steps you need to follow:
- Specify the Z.
- Set the decimal digit as you require.
- The height of standard normal distribution value, y, will then be calculated correspondingly.
The figure below shows the relationship between the above parameters.
Example: Calculate the height of standard normal distribution with Z=1.5. It is shown by y. the decimal digit is 4. The following figure shows the value of height.
The y= 0.1295 displays on output box. The concept of this calculation is shown below.