To calculate the normal distribution in MATLAB, you can make use of the `normpdf`

function, which takes the following arguments:

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where `x`

is a vector of values for which you want to calculate the probability density function, `mu`

is the mean of the distribution, and `sigma`

is the standard deviation.

For example, if you want to calculate the probability of a value `x = 2`

from a normal distribution with `mu = 0`

and `sigma = 1`

, you can use the following code:

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The output `y`

will be the probability density function for the given `x`

, `mu`

, and `sigma`

.

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