Hello, I'm David. I'm a new member here.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Could anyone of you help me? Where can i find the formal deduction of Gauss' Normal Distribution Function? I've read a lot of statistics books and never found that. Where that comes from?

It's just curiosity, not homework.

P.S.: sorry about my english, I'm brazilian and my english is a little poor.

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# Deduction of Gauss' Normal Distribution Function

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