total area under a normal distribution is not infinite with example

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The total area under a normal distribution is not infinite. The area under a normal distribution curve signifies the probability of an event happening i.e. normally distributed. Thus, the area under the whole normal distribution curve must be equal to 1 or you can say that equal to 100%.For i

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