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I'd like to know the value that [tex]\Phi(x)[/tex] of a normal distribution is approximated when x> 3,5.

I assume it is 1, since the value for x=3,49 is 0,9998...

But I got some answers at the university that it might be 0,5

Thanks

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I'd like to know the value that [tex]\Phi(x)[/tex] of a normal distribution is approximated when x> 3,5.

I assume it is 1, since the value for x=3,49 is 0,9998...

But I got some answers at the university that it might be 0,5

Thanks

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For your second comment ("But I got some answers at the university that it might be 0,5") - if you mean 0.5, that is definitely false: the only value that gives [itex] \Phi(x) = 0.5 [/itex] is

[itex] x = 0 [/itex].

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Thank you :)

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