For we may assume that it is practically certain that any series of real observations does not actually follow a normal curve with absolute exactitude in all respects, and no matter how small the discrepancy between the normal curve and the true curve of observations, the chi-square P will be small if the sample has a sufficientlylarge numberof observationsin it.

# Any Series of Real Observations Does Not Actually Follow a Normal Curve

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