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What measurement forms normal distribution? Would it be the mean and variance? (avg. and standard deviation)

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  1. These measurements do not "form" the normal distribution, but give dimensions of the normal distribution (measures of central tendency and variability). These allow you to determine where specific scores fall in the distribution, when you calculate the Z score.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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