Marginal Normality Does Not Imply Bivariate Normality

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This Demonstration shows an example of a bivariate distribution that has standard normal margins but is not bivariate normal. So as the title says, marginal normality does not imply bivariate normality. In contrast, it is simple to show that bivariate normality implies marginal normality.

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Contributed by: Ehsan Azhdari (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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