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Table of Contents

- What is range of normal distribution?
- How much do the middle 68% of customers purchase?
- Why is empirical rule useful?
- How do you calculate the Z-score?
- What percent of men are at least 6 feet 72 inches tall?
- What percentage of students are more than 84 inches tall?
- Is human height normally distributed?
- What percent of male female students are shorter than 5 feet?
- Is 5 foot 7 too short for guys?
- Is 6ft 7 too tall?
- Is 6ft 3 too tall?
- Is 6ft tall attractive?
- Is being 6ft tall?
- Is 6ft 2 a good height?
- Is 6ft 1 tall for a guy?
- Is 6ft 2 Too Tall?
- Is 6ft tall for a 14 year old boy?
- Is 6ft tall for a 15 year old boy?
- Can you grow 3 inches after 16?
- Is 5’10 a good height for a guy?
- Do boys grow after 16?
- What is the average 14 year old boy height?

The area under each curve is one but the scaling of the X axis is different. Note, however, that the areas to the left of the dashed line are the same. The BMI distribution ranges from 11 to 47, while the standardized normal distribution, Z, ranges from -3 to 3.

How are you? I have answered your question below: For a normal distribution, 68% of the values fall within one standard deviation of the mean. This means that 68% of the values are between ($55 – $18) and ($55 + $18).

In most cases, the empirical rule is of primary use to help determine outcomes when not all the data is available. It allows statisticians – or those studying the data – to gain insight into where the data will fall, once all is available. The empirical rule also helps to test how normal a data set is.

The formula for calculating a z-score is is z = (x-μ)/σ, where x is the raw score, μ is the population mean, and σ is the population standard deviation. As the formula shows, the z-score is simply the raw score minus the population mean, divided by the population standard deviation.

observations falling above it. About 11.5% of men are at least 72 inches tall. About 88.5% of men are between 60 inches and 72 inches tall. A man has to be 72.2 inches to be in the tallest 10% of all adult men.

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The normal distribution is essentially a frequency distribution curve which is often formed naturally by continuous variables. Height is a good example of a normally distributed variable.

The percent of male adults shorter than 5 feet is about 0.4%.

Anything 5′10″+ is considered average to tall. 5′9″ – 5′4,” I would consider below average height (men who are below average for males, and above average for dwarfs). So yes, 5′7″ is short for a guy.

In the US, where the average for adult men is 5’9.5″, a height of 6’7″ is in the top 0.1% of all men, along with everything above 6’6.3″. Yes, I’d say that’s fairly uncommon, as only a bit less than 1 in 1,000 men will reach that height. However, 6’7″ does happen to be the average height for NBA players.

Yes, you’re actually really legit not too freakish tall. Some people may consider 6′3″ average, but that’s the internet world. In reality, you’re actually really legit tall.

What women really want: How strong arms, a muscular torso and being 6ft tall are considered the most attractive. It is bad news for sensitive, skinny men, but the old rules may still apply in the dating game. When it comes to what women want, muscular, tall men still win out, a study suggests.

So, any male who is 6 foot 3 inches or taller in the United States is considered very tall and would be taller than 95/100 males. The average height for american men varies between 5′9″ and 5′10″. In fact only 14.5% of US men are 6′ tall or above. Hope this answers your question.

6′2″/188cm is legitimately tall for men. 6′2″/188cm is legitimately tall for men. The ideal height range for men though is 6′1″ to 6′5″. 6′0″/183 is seen as the shortest height in the acceptable range, and most women will be completely fine with a guy who is six feet tall and most men won’t consider him short or small.

Most people find 6’1 as a really nice height for a guy. The ideal height range that girls like is 5’11 at lowest, and 6’2 at tallest.

6′2″/188cm is legitimately tall for men. The ideal height range for men though is 6′1″ to 6′5″. 6′0″/183 is seen as the shortest height in the acceptable range, and most women will be completely fine with a guy who is six feet tall and most men won’t consider him short or small.

Originally Answered: Is 6 ft tall for a 14-year-old boy? According to the CDC , the average height for males 20-years or older is roughly 69 inches, or 5’9”. By definition, 6’0” is considered rather tall for a 14-year old male upon looking at the average height.

Actually, according to the CDC, 6’1″ is tall for any age (the average for adult men is ~5’10” or ~178cm). So yes, you’re tall for your age (the average for males of 15 years old is ~5’7″ or ~170cm).

Probably not at the age of 16 .., meaning you probably won’t grow 3″ from 16 to 17. But you can almost definitely grow more than 3″ from 16 to 19.5 or 20, if you are a male. If you are a female, then you most likely have stopped growing in height…

5′10 (178 cm) is an internationally good height for men. Not tall but definitely not short. At 5′10 you can build a nice body without looking stocky, you can date tall girls and not look awkward and nobody will criticize you about your height. Here are some examples of celebrities who are 5′10.

Most boys will stop growing taller by age 16 and will usually have developed fully by 18.

Height by age

Age (years) | 50th percentile height for boys (inches and centimeters) |
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11 | 56. 4 in. (143.5 cm) |

12 | 58.7 in. (149 cm) |

13 | 61.4 in. (156 cm) |

14 | 64.6 in. (164 cm) |