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Percentages and the bell curve; fitting a bell curve to a histogram
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Analyzing Data and Distributions
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Normal Distributions and the Empirical Rule
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Explains how to use the empirical rule, also known as the 68-95-99.7 rule, to calculate certain normal distribution probabilities. That's right! You don't always need a calculator!
MAT.PRB.301.04 (Empirical Rule - Probability)
MAT.PRB.301.04 (Empirical Rule - Statistics)
MAT.STA.306.02 (Normal Distributions - Statistics)
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