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I know that normal guassian distribution has the form exp((-x^2)/2), similarly is there any single eqn that could describe laplace distribution?

-Devanand T

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I know that normal guassian distribution has the form exp((-x^2)/2), similarly is there any single eqn that could describe laplace distribution?

-Devanand T

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