Normally distributed random variables

Not sure about this question, i think the use of letters instead of numbers confuses me. If anyone could provide me with some help, it would be much appreciated

X is a normally distributed random variable. If a<µ<b and Pr(X>a)=p and Pr(X<b)=q, find:

a) Pr(a<X<b)

b) Pr(X<a/X<b)

Re: Normally distributed random variables

Re: Normally distributed random variables

[QUOTE=Plato;679274]For part a), .

Do you know how to rewrite

no I can't think of it, I might have learned it, but I just can't remember it at the moment

For part b, is that notation suppose to be OR you you mean [/QUOTE

sorry about the confusion, i meant the first one

Re: Normally distributed random variables

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**gbooker** Quote:

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**Plato** For part a),

.

Do you know how to rewrite

no I can't think of it, I might have learned it, but I just can't remember it at the moment

For part b, is that notation suppose to be

OR you you mean

sorry about the confusion, i meant the first one

In that case note that