Okay, if you are asked to use the "5 step procedure" you should know what that procedure is! What are the "5 steps"?

Idon'tknow 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?