Continuous Distributions

The Normal Distribution

Please select the aspect of the Normal distribution you would like to work with:

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This is the probability density function (pdf) of a randomly created Normal distribution. In this example, X ~ Normal(μ = 15; σ = 1.6). As with all Normal distributions, the sample space is S = $$\Re$$, the real numbers. The height of the plot at a given value of $$x$$ represents the likelihood of that value and not its probability. The density is not a probability.