Normal Distribution

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  • Topic: Normal distribution, Errors and residuals in statistics, Normal probability plot
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Normal Distribution

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The table 1 below shows a relationship between actual daily temperatures and precipitation in the month of January 2011. These data was adopted from a meterological station in the states of Alaska, in the United States. Normal distributed data aresymmetric with a single bell shaped peaks. Th maean of the data it significant in indication the point that the peak is likely to occur. In addition, standard deviation indicates the spread, which is usually referred to asthegirth of thebeell shapedcurve (Balakrishnan & Nevzorov, 2003). Table 1: Relationship between actual daily temperatures and precipitation of January 2011 |Date |Actual Temperatures |Precipitation | |Jan. 1 |30 |0 | |Jan. 2 |25 |0 | |Jan. 3 |31 |0 | |Jan. 4 |33 |0 | |Jan. 5 |29 |0 | |Jan. 6 |36 |0.26 | |Jan. 7 |36 |0 | |Jan. 8 |37 |0.01 | |Jan. 9 |32 |0.21 | |Jan. 10 |28 |0.02 | |Jan. 11 |43 |0 | |Jan. 12 |37 |0 | |Jan. 13 |36 |0 | |Jan. 14 |37 |0 | |Jan. 15 |34 |0.02 | |Jan. 16 |41 |0.05 | |Jan. 17 |40 |0...
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