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# What is abnormal distribution?

Updated: 10/31/2022

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A standard distribution regards 95% of all data being within 2-standard deviations of either side. Similarly, within one standard deviation either way is 68% of all data. This creates a bell curve distribution. An abnormal distribution would be erratic and not follow such a statistical structure of representation.

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