When you learned statistics, most of what you learned was centered around the Normal distribution. Maybe you became close friends and you later found out his birth name was Gaussian, but either way you probably just call him Normal.
You might know Normal’s a pretty popular guy with plenty of relationships with other distributions. There are some obvious connections, like how eNormal is Lognormal, but I thought I’d share some less obvious ones.
You probably already know that by subtracting his mean and dividing by his standard deviation you get Standard Normal.
What if you squared Standard...