## How do you find percentile with standard deviation?

To calculate the percentile, you will need to know your score, the mean and the standard deviation.

- Subtract the mean from your score.
- Divide the difference found in Step 1 by the standard deviation of the data to find the z-score, which is the number of standard deviations away from the mean that your score is.

### What is the value of the 75th percentile for a standard normal distribution?

0.675

When we go to the table, we find that the value 0.90 is not there exactly, however, the values 0.8997 and 0.9015 are there and correspond to Z values of 1.28 and 1.29, respectively (i.e., 89.97% of the area under the standard normal curve is below 1.28)….Computing Percentiles.

Percentile | Z |
---|---|

50th | 0 |

75th | 0.675 |

90th | 1.282 |

95th | 1.645 |

#### What is the value of 70th percentile in a standard normal distribution?

Percentile | z-Score |
---|---|

68 | 0.468 |

69 | 0.496 |

70 | 0.524 |

71 | 0.553 |

**Which is the formula used to calculate a percentile?**

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**How to find percentile values in statistics?**

Quick Steps Click on Analyze -> Descriptive Statistics -> Frequencies Drag and drop the variable for which you wish to calculate the percentile (s) into the box on the right Click the Statistics button Select the Percentile (s) option, type the percentile value into its textbox, and then click the Add button Repeat for all the percentiles you want to calculate

## What is the formula for calculating percentile?

Percentiles for the values in a given data set can be calculated using the formula: n = (P/100) x N. where N = number of values in the data set, P = percentile, and n = ordinal rank of a given value (with the values in the data set sorted from smallest to largest).

### How do you find the percentile of a data value?

To calculate percentiles for a set of results, the values are first arranged in ascending order. The percentile for a given value can then be found by subtracting 0.5 from its numerical position in the sequence, dividing by the number of results, then multiplying by 100.