Q: Which produces a symmetrical bell shaped curve?

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No. They are symmetrical and bell-shaped.

it is shaped roughly like a bell... a bell curve.

bell curve

it is a continuous random variable,mound or bell shaped curve

It's true: a curve is a curve. Did you really need me to tell you that?

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Normal distribution is a perfectly symmetrical bell-shaped normal distribution. The bell curve is used to find the median, mean and mode of a function.

It is a symmetrical, "bell-shaped" curve. The tails are infinitely long.

You call it a bell shaped curved. It may or may not be Gaussian (Normal).

No. They are symmetrical and bell-shaped.

Gaussian distribution. Some people refer to the normal distribution as a "bell shaped" curve, but this should be avoided, as there are other bell shaped symmetrical curves which are not normal distributions.

A bell shaped probability distribution curve is NOT necessarily a normal distribution.

it is shaped roughly like a bell... a bell curve.

The bell curve graph is another name for a normal (Gaussian) distribution graph. A Gaussian function is a certain kind of function whose graph results in a bell-shaped curve.

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A bell curve is a symmetrical bell-shaped graph curve that represents the arrangement of values, how often something occurs, or probability of occurance of a set of data. It slopes downward from a point in the middle corresponding to the average also called mean value, or the maximum probability. Gather all the results of an IQ test and make a graph of them, would create a bell curve with average IQ being the mean value. The more results or values, the better the bell curve. It can be made with a line graph or a bar graph.