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X is a standard normal random variable N(0,1). Write a piece of code to compute the probability P(-0.3<x<2.1). your code should print out the probability, rounded to 6 decimal places.

What I have tried:

Python
x = np.linspace(-0.3,2.1)
prob1 = stats.norm.cdf(x,loc=0,scale=1)
output=round(prob,6)
print(output)
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Updated 23-Mar-21 5:34am
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Richard MacCutchan 23-Mar-21 11:16am    
So what is the question?

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I would write it this way
Python
from scipy.stats import norm
prob0 = norm.cdf(-0.3)
prob1 = norm.cdf(2.1)
output=round((prob1-prob0), 6)
print(output)
 
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