Normal Curve (Education)

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  • Represents a distribution of scores, observations, or statistics that has a specific, bell-shaped curve. Many human characteristics are distributed close to the normal. It was discovered in the early 1700s and recognized as a model for errors in the late 1700s. Relative to statistical methods, the demonstration that errors of sampling are normally distributed is of greatest utility to the data analyst.

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