Two graphs, a histogram with a superimposed Normal curve and a Normal plot.

The histogram of capillary density appears fairly symmetrical and fits the Normal distribution curve quite well.

The Normal plot appears to be fairly close to the straight line, although it dips slightly below briefly about three quarters of the way along the line and then rises slightly above.

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