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NORMAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS Al Muizzuddin F Statistika
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PROBABILITY AND NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS If a random variable x is normally distributed, you can find the probability that x will fall in a given interval by calculating the area under the normal curve for the given interval. 22
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