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Normal may refer to:

Geography[edit]

People[edit]

Psychology, education and social sciences[edit]

Chemistry and Technology[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

There are many unrelated notions of "normality" in mathematics. Non-mathematical subjects very frequently refer to Normal (geometry) and Normal Distribution; 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]

Probability and Statistics[edit]

Topology[edit]

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

Film[edit]

Music[edit]

Transport[edit]

  • Metro Normal, a rapid transit railway station in the Mexico City Metro system