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…The action of sharing something out among a number of recipients…

…the distribution of charity…

…A panel carrying the fuses, terminals, and other components of a number of subsidiary electric circuits…

…A frequency distribution of the possible number of successful outcomes in a given number of trials in each of which there is the same probability of success…

…A mathematical function showing the number of instances in which a variable takes each of its possible values…

…Another term for normal distribution.…

…A function that represents the distribution of many random variables as a symmetrical bell-shaped graph…

…A discrete frequency distribution which gives the probability of a number of independent events occurring in a fixed time…

…The occurrence of phenomena such as speech sounds in mutually exclusive contexts…

…A function of a discrete variable whose integral over any interval is the probability that the variate specified by it will lie within that interval…

…A function whose value is the probability that a corresponding continuous random variable has a value less than or equal to the argument of the function…

…A formula describing the statistical distribution of particles in a system among different energy levels. The number of particles in a given energy level is proportional to exp (−EkT), where E is the energy of the level, k is Boltzmann’s constant, and T is the absolute temperature…

…Uneven, inefficient, or unfair distribution of something…

…A test for statistical significance that uses tables of a statistical distribution called Student’s t-distribution, which is that of a fraction (t) whose numerator is drawn from a normal distribution with a mean of zero, and whose denominator is the root mean square of k terms drawn from the same normal distribution (where k is the number of degrees of freedom)…

…A test for statistical significance that uses tables of a statistical distribution called Student’s t-distribution, which is that of a fraction (t) whose numerator is drawn from a normal distribution with a mean of zero, and whose denominator is the root mean square of k terms drawn from the same normal distribution (where k is the number of degrees of freedom)…