small question, is there an equation that'll give you a graph like a bell curve?
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Yes, there is: The one used to calculate the standard normal table is: For instance, if you have a stats book with the table to compare for fun. Try integrating the above with z=-1.645. You should get very close to 0.05. Actually, it's 0.0499849....
Originally Posted by Quick small question, is there an equation that'll give you a graph like a bell curve? Are you interested to know why there is a factor of there?
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker Are you interested to know why there is a factor of there? No, I just wanted to see how to mess with the curve
Originally Posted by Quick small question, is there an equation that'll give you a graph like a bell curve? Normal density: RonL
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