How do i proof the that Z=(x-M)/sigma has standard normal density function w/o assuming that Z is normal thanks
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Originally Posted by riosp1 How do i proof the that Z=(x-M)/sigma has standard normal density function w/o assuming that Z is normal thanks You can't because in general it dosn't. So presumably this is part of another question and you had better ask that instead. CB
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