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LOGNORM.DIST is a Google Sheets function that calculates the logarithmic normal distribution for a given set of data. The function takes three input parameters: the first is the minimum value in the data set, the second is the maximum value in the data set, and the third is the number of data points in the set. It then returns a value that represents the logarithmic normal distribution for the data. This value can be used to help predict future outcomes or trends in the data set.

The syntax of LOGNORM.DIST in Google Sheets is as follows: =LOGNORM.DIST(x, mean, standard_deviation) where x is the value for which you want to calculate the probability, mean is the mean of the population, and standard_deviation is the standard deviation of the population.

LOGNORM.DIST is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the logarithmic normal distribution for a given set of data. To use the function, you first need to enter the data into a spreadsheet. Then, select the cells that contain the data and use the function bar to type in "LOGNORM.DIST(" followed by the cell reference for the first data point and a closing bracket. Repeat this for each data point in the set, making sure to include the cell reference for the last data point.

There are a few occasions when you should not use LOGNORM.DIST in Google Sheets. First, the function is not compatible with Excel, so it cannot be used if you need to share or collaborate on a sheet with someone who is using Excel. Second, LOGNORM.DIST is not compatible with older versions of Google Sheets, so make sure you are using the latest version of the software before attempting to use the function. Finally, LOGNORM.DIST is not compatible with Mac versions of Google Sheets, so Windows users should be the only ones using this function.

LOGNORM.DIST is the log-normal distribution function in Google Sheets. Other similar formulae include LOGNORMDIST, NORMDIST, and NORMSDIST. These functions all calculate the probability of a given event occurring, given that the event follows a normal distribution. The LOGNORMDIST function is specifically designed to calculate the probability of a value falling within a certain range, while the NORMDIST and NORMSDIST functions allow you to specify a distribution curve and find the probability of a value falling within that curve.

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