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What are the differences between normal distribution and binomial distribution?
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Normal Distribution Normal distributions are more common in statistics than binomial distributions most of the time. These distributions are always symmetric and unimodal by definition. Binomial Distribution These distributions tell us the probability for a specific number of “successes” to happen, given a probability of success and number of trials
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The Normal Distribution is an Continuous discrete whereas the Binomial is discrete (takes on only two values).

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Normal distribution are more common in statistics than binomial distribution the distribution are always symmetric and unimodal  and binomial tell us the probability for a specific number of success to happen given a probability of success and numbers of trials
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