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Normal may refer to:

People[edit]

Psychology and social sciences[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Education and teaching[edit]

  • Normal school, a school created to train high school graduates to be teachers

Technology[edit]

  • Normal lens (photography), a lens of moderate focal length

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

There is an extremely large number of unrelated notions of "normality" in mathematics. The following list is no doubt incomplete. See also the disambiguation pages for Normal form and Normalization.

Algebra and Number Theory[edit]

Analysis[edit]

Geometry[edit]

Logic and Foundations[edit]

Mathematical Physics[edit]

  • Normal or Wick order in Quantum Field Theory

Probability and Statistics[edit]

Topology[edit]

  • Normal (or T_4) spaces, topological spaces characterized by separation of closed sets.

Geography[edit]

Transport[edit]