In Typescript, you can use the `random`

function from the `Math`

object to generate a random number between 0 and 1. To get a normally distributed random number, you can use the Box-Muller transform algorithm.

Here's an example function that generates a normally distributed random number:

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The function takes in two parameters: the mean and standard deviation of the normal distribution you want to generate. It first generates two uniformly distributed random numbers (`u1`

and `u2`

). It then applies the Box-Muller transform to these numbers to get a normally distributed number `z`

. Finally, it scales and shifts `z`

by the specified mean and standard deviation and returns the result.

You can use this function to generate normally distributed random numbers in your Typescript programs.

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