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On the AP exam, are we allowed to just...say we plugged it into our calculator?
For example, when it says to find the proportion of values on a normal distribution that are between one z-score and another, you can just plug it into your calculator: normalcdf(z1, z2) OR normalcdf(value1, value2, mean, standardDeviation). Instead of wasting our times calculating z-scores or using that table to find proportions, can you just...say you did that?