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Does anyone here know how the coefficient (x-μ)^2 was derived in the following equation:

σ^3=(1/√2∏)∫(1/σ)*(x-μ)^2*exp((x-μ)^2)/(2σ^2))

I know the general equation for density probability is (1/σ)*exp((x-μ)^2)/(2σ^2))

but in this case I can't quite see how the coefficient came about... any help?

Thanks in advance!

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# Deriving the Gaussian density probability equation

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