Normal Distribution/Z-table usage
I've been really perplexed by this for the past hour or so, so I'd really appreciate it if you could help me.
So I have this:
0.5 - P(0 < Z < 0.6667)
= 0.5 - 0.2475
I don't understand how P(0<Z<0.6667) was solved. How do I find 0.6667 in the Z-table, as it only goes to two decimal places? I've been stumped every time I come across a number with three or more decimal places.
Thank you in advance!
NB. The Z-table that has been provided to us only goes up to 0.9 at the top and 3.0 down the side, hence my confusion.