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## normal

1    usual; regular; common; typical
the normal way of doing it, the normal level
2    constituting a standard
if we take this as normal
3      (Psychol)
a    being within certain limits of intelligence, educational success or ability, etc.
b    conforming to the conventions of one's group
4      (Biology, med)   (of laboratory animals) maintained in a natural state for purposes of comparison with animals treated with drugs, etc.
5      (Chem)   (of a solution) containing a number of grams equal to the equivalent weight of the solute in each litre of solvent.,   (Symbol)    N
6      (Chem)   denoting a straight-chain hydrocarbon: a normal alkane. Prefix: n-, e.g. n-octane
7      (Geometry)      another word for       perpendicular       1
n
8    the usual, average, or typical state, degree, form, etc.
9    anything that is normal
10      (Geometry)   a line or plane perpendicular to another line or plane or to the tangent of a curved line or plane at the point of contact
(C16: from Latin normalis conforming to the carpenter's square, from norma norm)
normality     (esp. U.S.)
normalcy      n

normal curve
n     (Statistics)   a symmetrical bell-shaped curve representing the probability density function of a normal distribution. The area of a vertical section of the curve represents the probability that the random variable lies between the values which delimit the section
normal distribution
n     (Statistics)   a continuous distribution of a random variable with its mean, median, and mode equal, the probability density function of which is given by (exp[(x--μ)2/2σ2]/σsquare root (2π)) where μ is the mean and σ2 the variance,   (Also called)    Gaussian distribution
normal matrix
n   a square matrix A for which AA* = A*A, where A* is the Hermitian conjugate of A
normal school
n   (in France, and formerly England, the U.S., and Canada) a school or institution for training teachers
(C19: from French école normale: the first French school so named was intended as a model for similar institutions)
standard normal distribution
n     (Statistics)   a normal distribution with mean zero and variance 1, with probability density function [exp(--½x2)]/square root 2π
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perpendicular
1      (Also)    normal          at right angles to a horizontal plane
2    denoting, relating to, or having the style of Gothic architecture used in England during the 14th and 15th centuries, characterized by tracery having vertical lines, a four-centred arch, and fan vaulting
3    upright; vertical
n
4      (Geometry)   a line or plane perpendicular to another
5    any instrument used for indicating the vertical line through a given point
6      (Mountaineering)   a nearly vertical face
(C14: from Latin perpendicularis, from perpendiculum a plumb line, from per- through + pendere to hang)
perpendicularity      n

normal
1    usual; regular; common; typical
the normal way of doing it, the normal level
2    constituting a standard
if we take this as normal
3      (Psychol)
a    being within certain limits of intelligence, educational success or ability, etc.
b    conforming to the conventions of one's group
4      (Biology, med)   (of laboratory animals) maintained in a natural state for purposes of comparison with animals treated with drugs, etc.
5      (Chem)   (of a solution) containing a number of grams equal to the equivalent weight of the solute in each litre of solvent.,   (Symbol)    N
6      (Chem)   denoting a straight-chain hydrocarbon: a normal alkane. Prefix: n-, e.g. n-octane
7      (Geometry)      another word for       perpendicular       1
n
8    the usual, average, or typical state, degree, form, etc.
9    anything that is normal
10      (Geometry)   a line or plane perpendicular to another line or plane or to the tangent of a curved line or plane at the point of contact
(C16: from Latin normalis conforming to the carpenter's square, from norma norm)
normality     (esp. U.S.)
normalcy      n
normal curve
n     (Statistics)   a symmetrical bell-shaped curve representing the probability density function of a normal distribution. The area of a vertical section of the curve represents the probability that the random variable lies between the values which delimit the section
normal distribution
n     (Statistics)   a continuous distribution of a random variable with its mean, median, and mode equal, the probability density function of which is given by (exp[(x--μ)2/2σ2]/σsquare root (2π)) where μ is the mean and σ2 the variance,   (Also called)    Gaussian distribution
normal matrix
n   a square matrix A for which AA* = A*A, where A* is the Hermitian conjugate of A
normal school
n   (in France, and formerly England, the U.S., and Canada) a school or institution for training teachers
(C19: from French école normale: the first French school so named was intended as a model for similar institutions)
standard normal distribution
n     (Statistics)   a normal distribution with mean zero and variance 1, with probability density function [exp(--½x2)]/square root 2π

Diccionario de inglés definición

## normal

1    accustomed, acknowledged, average, bog-standard     (Brit. & Irish slang)   common, conventional, habitual, natural, ordinary, popular, regular, routine, run-of-the-mill, standard, typical, usual

Antonyms

1    abnormal, exceptional, irregular, peculiar, rare, remarkable, singular, uncommon, unnatural, unusual

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