Give a real-life example of data which could have the following probability distributions Solve a) bimodal distibution b) uniform distribution c) exponential distribution only early

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Give a real-life example of data which could have the following probability distributions
Solve a) bimodal distibution
b) uniform distribution
c) exponential distribution
only early
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b). Uniform distribution-: If the outcomes of all possible events are equally likely, is known as the uniform distribution. For the real-life example, Drawing a card form a deck, is the real-life example of a uniform distribution. c). Exponential distribution-: Distribution of data set where the events are occurring within a time (or by time), is known as an exponential distribution. For the real-life example, The time that until an accident occurs, is the real-life example of an exponential distribution. a) Bimodal distribution-: The distribution of data set with two nodes is known as the Bimodal distribution. For the real-life example, The number of passengers in Delhi Metro in a day (except weekends), in the morning and evening, the number of passengers is creating two nodes, is the real-life example of the bimodal distribution.
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