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Uneven Distributions Another simple probability curve to create is an uneven distribution. While not technically a recognized form of probability distribution, we can still find it useful. In a way, it is a variant of the triangular distribution above, but with the c point co-located at either a or b. Rather than use the triangular distribution method, however, we can lean on the linear function we examined in the previous chapter: the formula, y = m(x) + b where m is the slope of the line and b is the y-intercept.

The probability distribution that results from a linear distribution has very simple but identifiable characteristics. First, we can ...

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