In this video tutorial it shows you how to find the xbar by using the Zscore formula. In the beginning of this video the formula is displayed on the right, while the values that you need to plug in are on the left. Once you plug in the values and do the cross multiplying, all you have to do is get xbar by itself on one side of the equation. This is a simple problem on using the zscore formula to find xbar, it can help you solve more complex problems in the future.
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