Z-value using Z-table or t-table.

Hi there. I don't really understand how the solution to the following came about:

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$\displaystyle z_{a/2}=z_{0.01}=2.326$

$\displaystyle P(Z>2.326)=0.01$

The answers after dictate: "To find where this value comes from, look up 0.49 backwards on the Z table, or look up $\displaystyle t_{0.01}$ for $\displaystyle \infty$ degrees of freedom the $\displaystyle t$ table."

Firstly, I don't understand why I'm supposed to look up 0.49 on the Z table and not 0.01? I'm also confused as to how to use the table 'backwards', especially if/when interpolation comes into it.

Secondly, why does the degree of freedom = $\displaystyle \infty$?