Explain normal approximation, Advanced Statistics

Normal approximation: Normal distributions which approximate other distributions; such as, a normal distribution with the mean np and variance np(1 - p) which acts as an approximation to the binomial distribution as n, the number of trials, raises. The term, p represents possibility of a 'success' on any trial.

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