Investigating data distributions

General Maths Units 3 and 4 (2023+)

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So you've woken up in the night wondering what the 68-95-99.7% rule is and why we would call a distribution normal? Well, this is going to the video for you. I take a small amount of time to talk through what a normal distribution is and why we need it. I look at standard deviations and how we can split the normal distribution into chunks. I relate this to the VCE and then look at the percentages which lie between the standard deviations AND the individual sections. I end the video with an example which explains how to read, construct and use a normal distribution curve.

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standard deviation statistics
standard deviation probability distribution
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VCE Maths
Further 3 and 4
Further Mathematics
bell curve