Okay, if you are asked to use the "5 step procedure" you should know what that procedure is! What are the "5 steps"?
I don't know what you mean by the "5 step procedure" so I can't help you there. What I would do is find corresponding 'standard z value' for the standard normal distribution (with mean 0 and standard deviation 1). That is given by . Then look up the probability of that z-value in a table of the standard normal distribution. (A good one on the internet is at Standard Normal Distribution Table) Is the probability of that greater than 1.00- 0.01= 0.99?