Evaluating normal probabilities on a graphics calculator
Kissane, B. (2001) Evaluating normal probabilities on a graphics calculator. Electronic Classroom, 5 (3). pp. 2-3.
One of the strengths of a graphics calculator is the potential it offers for students to explore mathematical ideas from a few different perspectives. A good example of this involves the normal probability distribution, frequently encountered in senior secondary courses involving statistics. This note describes a few ways in which the Casio cfx-9850G series of calculators can be used to evaluate normal probabilities.
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