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Despite political affiliations, the majority of Americans likely fall in the 95th percentile on a bell curve.
The current number nuclear weapons was at the bottom of the bell curve on the slide.
Academic experts established a new infrastructure of entrance exams, credit hours, grades, bell curves, class rankings, school rankings and accreditation agencies for tabulating, assessing and certifying expertise in each field.
Assuming a bell curve distribution, 66 percent of animals take between 5 and 19 seconds to defecate.
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Origin and Etymology of bell curve
First Known Use: 1919See Words from the same year
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