Normal Distribution

Normal Distribution

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Understanding Normal Distribution

Normal distribution is a type of continuous probability distribution that is commonly represented on a graph. It is utilized to depict the distribution of data in a population.

Continuous probability distributions deal with variables that can have multiple values, such as height, weight, and measurement errors. These variables can be graphed on a normal distribution curve, which is typically symmetrical and bell-shaped, as seen in the image below:


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