Find the zscore for having an area 0.09
In this blog post, we will discuss how to find the zscore for having an area 0.09 to the left of the standard normal curve.
To find the zscore for a given area, check if the area is left to the mean or right to the mean. Based on that, we will use either a negative ztable or a positive ztable.
How to Find the z score for having an area 0.09
Let’s find out the zscore for a given area of 0.09 using the below stepbystep guide.

Step 1: Symmetric property of the standard normal curve indicates 50% area lies to the left of the mean and 50% of the area lies to the right of the mean.

Step 2: Compare the given area with 0.50.
Given area = 0.09 < 0.50, indicates the area is left to the mean i.e. negative zscore.

Step 3: Choose a negative ztable as the required zscore is negative.

Step 4: Draw the normal distribution for the given area = 0.09
 Step 5: Trace the closest value to the given area=0.09 in the ztable.

Step 6: Note the corresponding row and column values from ztable

Step 7: Combine the numbers to calculate the required zscore.
Zscore = row value + column value (as per ztable)
1.3 + 0.04
Zscore = 1.34
Result: The Zscore for the area of 0.09 is 1.34.
Conclusion
I hope the above article to find the zscore for a given area 0.09 is helpful to you.
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