The grades on `an( course( 1 ) )` midterm at `school( 1 )` are normally distributed with

`person( 1 )` earned an

`\mu = ``MEAN`

and `\sigma = ``STDDEV`

.
`GRADE`

on the exam.
Find the z-score for `person( 1 )`'s exam grade. Round to two decimal places.

A z-score is defined as the number of standard deviations a specific point is away from the mean.

We can calculate the z-score for `person( 1 )`'s exam grade by subtracting the mean `(\mu)`

from
`his( 1 )` grade and then dividing by the standard deviation `(\sigma)`

.

```
\large{\quad z \quad = \quad
\dfrac{x - \color{
```

`PINK`}{\mu}}{\color{`GREEN`}{\sigma}}}

```
\large{\quad z \quad = \quad
\dfrac{
```

`GRADE` - \color{`PINK`}{`MEAN`}}{\color{`GREEN`}{`STDDEV`}}}

`\large{\quad z \quad = \quad `

`ZSCORE`}

The z-score is

. In other words, `ZSCORE``person( 1 )`'s score was

standard deviation`abs( ZSCORE )``plural( abs( ZSCORE ) )` abovebelow the mean.