The verbal part of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) has a m of 500 and s = 100. Use the normal distribution and the formulas and steps in this week’s presentations to answer the following questions: Note: Showing work is required for this section. Remember that it helps to transfer the raw mean and SD from the description above to the standardized curve shown here (though you don’t need to show this). This helps compare raw and z scores and check your work. What is the z score for a GRE score of 583? What is the percentile rank of this z score? (Hint: See slide 7 of this week’s related presentation) Answer (z score): Work (required): Answer (percentile): Work (required): What GRE score corresponds to a percentile rank of 25%? (Hint: See slide 17 of this week’s related presentation) Answer Work (required): If you wanted to select only students at or above the 82 nd percentile, what GRE score would you use as a cutoff score (i.e. what GRE score corresponds to this percentile)? (Hint: See slides 14-16 of this week’s related presentation) Answer Work (required):