Statistics How To

Z-table (Right of Curve)

This z-table (normal distribution table) shows the area to the right of the curve. Use these values to find the area between z=0 and any positive value.

z0.000.010.020.030.040.050.060.070.080.09
0.00.00000.00400.00800.01200.01600.01990.02390.02790.03190.0359
0.10.03980.04380.04780.05170.05570.05960.06360.06750.07140.0753
0.20.07930.08320.08710.09100.09480.09870.10260.10640.11030.1141
0.30.11790.12170.12550.12930.13310.13680.14060.14430.14800.1517
0.40.15540.15910.16280.16640.17000.17360.17720.18080.18440.1879
0.50.19150.19500.19850.20190.20540.20880.21230.21570.21900.2224
0.60.22570.22910.23240.23570.23890.24220.24540.24860.25170.2549
0.70.25800.26110.26420.26730.27040.27340.27640.27940.28230.2852
0.80.28810.29100.29390.29670.29950.30230.30510.30780.31060.3133
0.90.31590.31860.32120.32380.32640.32890.33150.33400.33650.3389
1.00.34130.34380.34610.34850.35080.35310.35540.35770.35990.3621
1.10.36430.36650.36860.37080.37290.37490.37700.37900.38100.3830
1.20.38490.38690.38880.39070.39250.39440.39620.39800.39970.4015
1.30.40320.40490.40660.40820.40990.41150.41310.41470.41620.4177
1.40.41920.42070.42220.42360.42510.42650.42790.42920.43060.4319
1.50.43320.43450.43570.43700.43820.43940.44060.44180.44290.4441
1.60.44520.44630.44740.44840.44950.45050.45150.45250.45350.4545
1.70.45540.45640.45730.45820.45910.45990.46080.46160.46250.4633
1.80.46410.46490.46560.46640.46710.46780.46860.46930.46990.4706
1.90.47130.47190.47260.47320.47380.47440.47500.47560.47610.4767
2.00.47720.47780.47830.47880.47930.47980.48030.48080.48120.4817
2.10.48210.48260.48300.48340.48380.48420.48460.48500.48540.4857
2.20.48610.48640.48680.48710.48750.48780.48810.48840.48870.4890
2.30.48930.48960.48980.49010.49040.49060.49090.49110.49130.4916
2.40.49180.49200.49220.49250.49270.49290.49310.49320.49340.4936
2.50.49380.49400.49410.49430.49450.49460.49480.49490.49510.4952
2.60.49530.49550.49560.49570.49590.49600.49610.49620.49630.4964
2.70.49650.49660.49670.49680.49690.49700.49710.49720.49730.4974
2.80.49740.49750.49760.49770.49770.49780.49790.49790.49800.4981
2.90.49810.49820.49820.49830.49840.49840.49850.49850.49860.4986
3.00.49870.49870.49870.49880.49880.49890.49890.49890.49900.4990
3.10.49900.49910.49910.49910.49920.49920.49920.49920.49930.4993
3.20.49930.49930.49940.49940.49940.49940.49940.49950.49950.4995
3.30.49950.49950.49950.49960.49960.49960.49960.49960.49960.4997
3.40.49970.49970.49970.49970.49970.49970.49970.49970.49970.4998
3.50.49980.49980.49980.49980.49980.49980.49980.49980.49980.4998
3.60.49980.49980.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.4999
3.70.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.4999
3.80.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.49990.4999

Z-table (Right of Curve) was last modified: April 22nd, 2015 by Stephanie

7 thoughts on “Z-table (Right of Curve)

  1. parry krish

    Hi Khalid,

    How to calculate the minimum and max value using standard deviation in the Z table,

    Thanks in advance.
    Parry Krish

  2. Alberto

    on z chart finding .475 value using my book, it is not near 1.96. how can .475 value be translated into 1.96 using a regular z chart book?

    regards

  3. Andale

    Hi, Alberto,
    There are a few versions of z-tables. What value do you get? Do you have a screen shot? If you do, post it on our forum (statisticshowto.com/forums).

  4. Felicia Ruelas

    What do I do if I have a test and don’t have this table to help me figure out the curves…and I just have my calc?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>