I have is a distribution that is U-shaped, centered at 0, spanning from -A to A, and I want a means to model this, a beta distribution is the closest thing I have found to kinda do this(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

can the beta distribution be adjusted to range from -A to A as opposed to 0 to 1? any other suggestions as to distributions to use?

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# Beta Distribution Question

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