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Asked Feb 26, 2019

How do you know when to use a specific distribution? For example, when would we use the Normal, binomial, grometric, hypergeometric, or negative binomial distribution? When doing so, when do we know if is is a discrete or continuous distribution?

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To use a specific distribution one should know the properties of that distribution. For example if the data distribution is symmetric and have bell shape curve then we us...

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