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lognormal

[ lawg-nawr-muhl, log- ]
/ ˌlɔgˈnɔr məl, ˌlɒg- /
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adjective Mathematics.
noting or pertaining to a logarithmic function with a normal distribution, or the distribution of a random variable for which the logarithm of the variable has a normal distribution.
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OTHER WORDS FROM lognormal

log·nor·mal·i·ty [lawg-nawr-mal-i-tee, log-], /ˌlɔg nɔrˈmæl ɪ ti, ˌlɒg-/, nounlog·nor·mal·ly, adverb
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