# Gaussian Bell Curve [closed]

Is the Gaussian Bell Curve time dependent?

Suppose we toss a coin and depending on the outcome we win or lose one dollar. If we do it for a long time (infinity), the outcome when plotted will resemble a Gaussian Bell Curve. Now if the action (tossing of coin) is spread across time, like say, 10 flips on day 1, 10 flips on day 3, 10 flips on day 9 and so on, will it have a effect on the distribution (all other conditions remaining the same). Logically, as per me, it should not, theoretically - but in reality is it probable?

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Mar 20 at 6:23
• My question is in the beginning - Is Gaussian Bell Curve time dependents. The remaining are explanations to the above query. Mar 20 at 6:31
• Hint: In the game you describe the total profit or loss does not depend on when you tossed the coin. Mar 20 at 6:33