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Topic: Fitting the normal curve to data
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Paul

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Re: Fitting the normal curve to data
Posted: Jul 9, 2011 5:00 PM
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If your histogram's vertical axis is raw frequency, yes. If the vertical axis is fraction respectively percentage of sample, then you would multiply by 1 resp. 100 rather than 82.

Paul



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