Gaussian Probability Board, 1A20.10
Location:
L.S Ingersol Physics Museum Back of Room
Description: This demonstrates the physical distribution of a Gaussian Probability Curve.
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apparatus 
Ingersoll Museum 

Setup:
 No Setup Needed
Cautions, Warnings, or Safety Concerns:
 Watch Fingers when swinging board
Demonstration: The board is to demonstrate the physical distribution that forms a Gaussian Curve or what is also called a normal distribution. The Gaussian Curve Distribution is a absolute continuous probability distribution with the mean at the peak of the curve. This statistical phenomenon is used to analyze distributions that tend to gather around the mean peak. This distribution is also known as the Bell Curve and is used a lot for evaluating class test distributions. The position of the pegs and the spacing of the pegs between each other are the direct variables that produce the Gaussian Distribution.

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