Subject: Randomness give a bell-curve. If then something is following the bell-curve
Date: Sat May 19 12:40:22 2001
Posted by Mikael
Grade level: undergrad
School: college (engineering and psychology)
City: Borås State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
If randomness is ruling a variable it would follow the bell-curve.
I`m aware of that logic don´t allow to invert the the "argument", but couldn´t
you to some degree take it as a reasonable sign that if a variable follow the
bell-curve it is because of randomness in the measured variable?
Re: Randomness give a bell-curve. If then something is following the bell-curve
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