Bell Curve

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Bell Curve

A curve on a chart in which most data points cluster around the median and become less frequent the farther they fall to either side of the median. When plotted on a chart, a bell curve looks roughly like a bell.
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Brakes must be applied carefully in curves in order to avoid an abrupt fall.
Other experiments say that the curve is barely noticeable from an on-angle spot.
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increasing the curve radius decreases the centrifugal force but cannot avoid the sudden occurrence of this force;
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