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So we are studying the gaussian normal distribution and what I understand about it is that it helps picture many of the natural phenomena where the basica idea is probabilities are equally distributed around the average. I understand that the e^-x^2 term in the formula ensures the bell shape. But Can anyone give me some insight on how the expression was formulated and what each term means?

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# Normal distribution

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