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    How do you develop a bell curve for 1,000 cases:
    With a given mean of 20 and a standard deviation of 2, how do you compute the -3,-2,-1 (mean), +1,+2,+3 points along the baseline of the curve (assuming the curve is normal)? Then repeat the mean of 10 pounds and the standard deviation is 4.5. Repeat again with a mean of 4 seconds and a standard deviation of 2. Now how do I determine the number of cases that fell in each standard deviation division for the distribution of the 1,000 cases?

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    The following is an exploration of the properties of the normal curve in fairly non-technical terms. In the attached document I begin by defining the functional ...

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    This solution calculates various means along the a normal curve. The standard deviation division for the distribution is determined.