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AT
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Y
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Chapter 5 The normal distribution
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Kilometres Travelled
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1.2
Process
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ii)
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iii)
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a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
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High Level Language
its an advanced programming language which
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to do a specific job
Its mostly in English commands and its easier
to learn and people can understand it
Its a high level programming language