Standard Normal Curves

Geometry Level pending

A standard normal curve has two inflection points where it changes concavity.

If \(P\) represents the area contained beneath the curve, above the \(x\)-axis, and in between the two inflection points, find \(\lfloor 100P \rfloor\)


I'm thinking of building out a non-combinatorial Statistics section on Brilliant over summer once I finish my AP stats course. What do you guys think about that? Leave a comment on how you feel in this problem's discussion.
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