The Z Area Distribution
I have it right, finally; Notice Z goes from ( .01 - 4.5 ) Please leave Mu=.6 : Must stay at .6 for this to work. Thank You.
with the Standard Deviation below that which is
equal to 1/ (area (z)) : And this is the full range.
I got ahead of myself before. I ironed it all out now though. W in (Red) also represents the Z area.
What this means is: all I have to do is take the area of Z and look it up in the Z table to obtain the probability of the Normal Curve
I do not need the Normal Distribution anymore; I only need the Z table it self, or I could show the probabilities on this graph.