The normal distribution

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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This video draws the lessons on the normal distribution to a close. I take a look at how, for large values of n, we can use the normal distribution to approximate the binomial distribution.
I open by recapping the work we have done with the Binomial Distribution and how, for high values of n we can see the curve of the Binomial Distribution and Normal Distribution are almost identical.
There are a number of examples to show how we can use the theory.

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