After each label's section in the program listing below, the checksum and length are displayed in parentheses to the right of the page. These should match what you see on your HP 35s if you have entered the program correctly. To see each checksum once you have completely entered the program below, while still in program mode, press .
HP 35s Normal distribution applications Practice solving problems involving the normal distribution Example 1: Find Q(x) for a Z value of +1. Make sure the HP 35s is in RPN mode. Solution: With the input value given as a Z-score, we're dealing with the standardized normal distribution having a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.
This is a normal distribution problem where the input is not standardized. Press 95 to enter RPN mode. Then execute label S and enter the mean and standard deviation. In RPN mode: Ï hp calculators - 4 - HP 35s Normal distribution applications - Version 1.0...
The person being considered is nearly in the top 10%. Example 4: Find x given a Q(x) of 0.65. Assume a standardized normal distribution. Make sure the HP 35s is in RPN mode.
In RPN mode: Figure 14 In RPN mode: Ï Figure 15 Answer: The middle 50% of the adjusters would average processing between 12.3020 and 17.6980 claims per hour. hp calculators - 6 - HP 35s Normal distribution applications - Version 1.0...