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Uniform distribution is a word used in statistics to describe a type of probability distribution in which every conceivable outcome has an equal chance of occurring.

Because each variable has an equal chance of being the outcome, the probability is constant.

### Types Of Uniform Distribution

Discrete Uniform Distribution

Continuous Uniform Distribution

**Example**

The simplest statistical distribution is the uniform distribution. For example, A consistent distribution can also be found in a deck of cards. This is because a person’s chances of drawing a spade, a heart, a club, or a diamond are all identical. A coin toss is another example of a uniform distribution. The chances of acquiring a tailor a Head are equal. A uniform distribution graph is typically flat, with the sides and top parallel to the x- and y-axes.

If you stood on a street corner and began handing out $100 bills to anyone who happened to pass by, every passerby would have an equal chance of receiving the money. The probability percentage is 1 divided by the entire number of possible outcomes (number of passersby). Short persons and women, on the other hand, would have a better chance of receiving the $100 note than the rest of the crowd. It’s not what you’d call uniform probability.

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