Hi say I have two "independent" Normal distributions,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

S ~ N(0,3^2) and D~(0,2^2)

since I know that S and D are indpendent then

P(S ) + P(D) = P(S)P(D)

however we know they are both normal distributed so I amm just wondering what the general rule is for multiplying two normal distributions

thanks

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# Normal Distributions

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