# Explain how to get the vertical values when $n = 10$, $p = .5$, $\mu = 5$ and $\sigma^2 = 2.5$

The only things I understand are that the values should pile up at the mean and the horizontal axis should go up to 10. I have no idea how to predict the values on the vertical axis or how $\sigma^2$ comes into play.

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