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Am I correct?

 Apr 5, 2019
edited by jjennylove  Apr 5, 2019
edited by jjennylove  Apr 5, 2019
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Yes you are in fact correct. When something is normally distributed, it means that the amount is a very common continuous probability distribution. The first three cannot be determined and it is not naturally distributed.

 

While the last one is something that is measured to be distributed correctly.

 

Hope this helps ;P

 Apr 5, 2019
edited by EmeraldWonder  Apr 12, 2019
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EmeraldWonder, only one of the questions is correctly answered.

 

Where did you learned to bullshit so affirmatively?

 

Yes you are in fact correct. When something is normally distributed, it means that the amount is a very common continuous probability distribution. The first three cannot be determined and it is not naturally distributed.

While the last one is something that is measured to be distributed correctly.

 

Did you learn this naturally or were you mentored by a professional bullshitter?  Whatever the case, you are good at it. That’s for sure!

 

Note to Admin: Please bring the atomic-powered sewage treatment plants online. It’s getting deep, here! 

In the mean time, I need a heavy-duty pair of hip boots...and a new shovel ...an assortment of flowering plants ...

 

GA

GingerAle  Apr 6, 2019
edited by GingerAle  Apr 6, 2019

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