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Distributions in this category have a tail in one direction but are bounded in the other direction. For example, many distributions are over positive values only and hence have a lower bound of zero, but have no upper bound.  Compare to [[:category:Bounded distributions]] and [[:category:Unbounded distributions]].
 
Distributions in this category have a tail in one direction but are bounded in the other direction. For example, many distributions are over positive values only and hence have a lower bound of zero, but have no upper bound.  Compare to [[:category:Bounded distributions]] and [[:category:Unbounded distributions]].
  
 
See [[Choosing_an_appropriate_distribution#Does_the_quantity_have_bounds.3F|Does the quantity have bounds?]]
 
See [[Choosing_an_appropriate_distribution#Does_the_quantity_have_bounds.3F|Does the quantity have bounds?]]

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Distributions in this category have a tail in one direction but are bounded in the other direction. For example, many distributions are over positive values only and hence have a lower bound of zero, but have no upper bound. Compare to category:Bounded distributions and category:Unbounded distributions.

See Does the quantity have bounds?