# What is the normal distribution of 65 seconds and standard deviation 0.8?

If X is Normally distributed with mean 65 seconds and sd = 0.8
seconds, then Z = (X - 65)/0.8 has a Standard Normal distribution;
that is, Z has a N(0, 1) distribution.

The cumulative distribution for Z is easily available - on the net and in any basiic book on statistics. To get to the cumulative dirtribution function of X all you need is to use the transformation X = 0.8*Z + 65.

The cumulative distribution for Z is easily available - on the net and in any basiic book on statistics. To get to the cumulative dirtribution function of X all you need is to use the transformation X = 0.8*Z + 65.

If X is Normally distributed with mean 65 seconds and sd = 0.8
seconds, then Z = (X - 65)/0.8 has a Standard Normal distribution;
that is, Z has a N(0, 1) distribution.

The cumulative distribution for Z is easily available - on the net and in any basiic book on statistics. To get to the cumulative dirtribution function of X all you need is to use the transformation X = 0.8*Z + 65.

The cumulative distribution for Z is easily available - on the net and in any basiic book on statistics. To get to the cumulative dirtribution function of X all you need is to use the transformation X = 0.8*Z + 65.