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Z Score -2.5



We looked up the Z Score for -2.5 in our Normal Distribution Tables with Z Scores so you don't have to!

First, note that a Z Score of -2.5 means that your statistic is -2.5 standard deviation to the left of the mean on a bell curve. Here is a Bell Curve so you can visualize where -2.5 is on a bell curve.



We used three different distribution tables, and we will give you the -2.5 Z Score probability, percentile, and explanations for all three.



Cumulative from mean
This gives you the probability of the area from the mean to your Z Score. The cumulative from-mean probability and percentile for a -2.5 Z score is displayed here:

0.493790334674224
= 49.3790%




Cumulative
This gives you the probability of the area below the Z Score. The cumulative probability and percentile for a -2.5 Z score is displayed here:

0.00620966532577616
= 0.6210%




Complementary cumulative
This gives you the probability of the area above the Z Score. The complementary cumulative probability and percentile for a -2.5 Z Score is displayed here:

0.993790334674224
= 99.3790%


      
      





Z Score Table Lookup
Here you can submit Z Scores between -3.999 and 3.999 for us to look up in our Normal Distribution Tables.








Z Score -2.499
Here is the next Z Score we looked up in our Normal Distribution Tables.



      
      



The percentiles on this page are rounded to the nearest 4 decimals.



 


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