In this article, we will discuss step by step guide on how to find the area under the standard normal curve to the right of the z score.

## Area under the Standard Normal Curve to the right of z

Step to find the area to the right of z

**Step 1:** Find the area to the left of z.

**Step 2:** As the total area under the bell curve is 1.

**Step 3:** Subtract the area to the left from 1.

area to the right of z = 1 – area to the left of z.

**Step 4:** Multiply it by 100 to calculate the percentage of area.

Let’s understand to find the area under the standard normal curve to the right of z using an example.

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**How do you find the area to the ****right of z = 0.52**

**right of z = 0.52**

**To find the area to the right of given z follow the below steps:**

**Step 1:** Find the area to the left of z.

To find the area to the left of given z follow the below steps:

- Choose a positive z-table as the given z-score (i.e 0.52) is positive.
- Check the area value for the given z in the z-table.
- Look at the first two digits(0.5) of the z-score on the left side column (y-axis) of the z-table and then the remaining number (0.02) on the x-axis on the topmost row.

- The intersection of the two is 0.6985 (highlighted in red).
- area to the left = 0.6985

**Step 2:** As the total area under the bell curve is 1

**Step 3:** Subtract the area to the left from 1.

area to the right of z = 1 – area to the left of z.

area under the standard normal curve to the right of z = 1 – 0.6985 = 0.3015

**Step 4:** Multiply it by 100 to calculate the percentage of area.

area to the right of z = 0.3015*100 = 30.15%

**Result:** The area to the right of z is 30.15% of the normal standard curve.

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## Conclusion

I hope the above article to find the area under the standard normal curve to the right of z using step by step guide is helpful to you.

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