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A uniform distribution is described by its height, that is, the frequency of occurrence of categorized events, and by its range, which has to be nite for a nite number of events as shown in the program segment in Table 62 To visualize the uniformity of the distribution the size and value for each category icn = 1, , number of categories is computed in Table 63 CEIL and FLOOR functions are used to improve the presentation of the information in a histogram Table 63

