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## Revision as of 14:07, 25 February 2009

## NORMDIST

Calculates values for a normal distribution.

### Syntax:

**NORMDIST(x; μ; σ; mode)**

- The normal distribution is an often encountered family of continuous probability distributions, with parameters
(mean) and**μ**(standard deviation).**σ**

### Example:

**NORMDIST(70; 63; 5; 0)**

- returns approximately 0.03.

**NORMDIST(70; 63; 5; 1)**

- returns approximately 0.92.