When using normal approximation for binomial distribution (z-scores, standard deviation, mean ect...) can you ever put the mean before the other number

so (MEAN-X)/standard deviation?????????

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- April 27th 2006, 08:08 AMArbiturWhen using normal approximation.... (fast word answer)
When using normal approximation for binomial distribution (z-scores, standard deviation, mean ect...) can you ever put the mean before the other number

so (MEAN-X)/standard deviation????????? - April 27th 2006, 12:55 PMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**Arbitur**

- April 27th 2006, 01:31 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**Arbitur**

using it will possibly allow you to look up a probability for a non-tabulated z-score, or will give the other tail probability, or ..

But there realy is no point (as far as I can see).

RonL