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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We provide a clear description of elliptic curve parameterization.
Peak flood discharges observed at gauging stations present in Indus and Jhelum River basins were then plotted against drainage area and a smooth curve was drawn to cover or envelope the highest plotted points.
I've had a Taurus Curve in hand since last year's debut, and I've written about the Curve in other FMG publications.
The interaction between numerous sensorics and high-capacity algorithms in a sensorbox is decisive for optimized curve braking.
Other users of the curved TV say they didn't notice the difference of the curve while watching or playing video games.
For most home sewing, the fashion curve is used mainly for pattern alterations when fitting, changing or adding new design lines.
Throughout this paper we assume that the leading nonzero coefficient of any polynomial is equal to 1 since scaling by the leading coefficient affects only the shape but not the curve type.
More generally, a flat curve indicates weak growth, and conversely, a steep curve indicates strong growth.
perpendicular to]], which represents the orthogonal complement of the tangent vector field of the curve.
The new Curve 9380 is basically a downgraded Torch 9860 - it has a less-capable processor and smaller and low-res display.
In general, a curve is called a general helix or a constant slope curve if the tangent lines make a constant angle with a fixed direction.
The depth of curve of Spee was measured as the perpendicular distance between the deepest cusp tip and a flat plane that was laid on the occlusal surface of the mandibular dental cast.