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- What is the probability that a value sampled from the distribution is below 0? (**P(X<X1)**) | - What is the probability that a value sampled from the distribution is below 0? (**P(X<X1)**) | ||

- | You will see that this distribution actually includes negative numbers. This is no good, a negative FOM is not possible and would likely crash the calculations. | + | {{ ::tutorial_parameter_pdf_editor_2.png?direct&200|}}You will see that this distribution actually includes negative numbers. This is no good, a negative fraction would likely confuse fruit scientists and MERLIN-Expo both. |

- Return to the chart by clicking the {{:charttool16.png?nolink|}} | - Return to the chart by clicking the {{:charttool16.png?nolink|}} | ||

The chart tool highlights the percentiles entered in the calculation tool. | The chart tool highlights the percentiles entered in the calculation tool. | ||

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{{calculatortool16.png}} Allows you to calculate values and percentiles for the current function. These values are marked in the graph of the Chart tool. | {{calculatortool16.png}} Allows you to calculate values and percentiles for the current function. These values are marked in the graph of the Chart tool. |

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