Yes. When we refer to the normal distribution, we are referring to a probability distribution. When we specify the equation of a continuous distribution, such as the normal distribution, we refer to the equation as a probability density function.
Most random variables are found to follow the probability distribution function All this means is that most things which can be measured quantitatively, like a population's height, the accuracy of a machine, effectiveness of a drug on fighting bacteria, etc. will occur with a probability that can be calculated according to this equation. Since most things follow this equation, this equation is considered to be the "normal" probability density. "Normal" events follow a "normal" probability distribution.
The probability distribution for an electron orbital.
The probability density of the standardized normal distribution is described in the related link. It is the same as a normal distribution, but substituted into the equation is mean = 0 and sigma = 1 which simplifies the formula.
They are probability distributions!
No. Normal distribution is a continuous probability.
The statement is true that a sampling distribution is a probability distribution for a statistic.
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A bell shaped probability distribution curve is NOT necessarily a normal distribution.
None. The full name is the Probability Distribution Function (pdf).
They are the same. The full name is the Probability Distribution Function (pdf).
The probability distribution of an experiment is a function that maps the probability of each possible outcome of the experiment to that outcome.