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Distribution may refer to:

- Distribution (mathematics), for generalized functions
- Probability distribution
- Frequency distribution
- Cumulative distribution function in statistics
- Distribution function, in physics describes the number of particles per unit volume in phase space
- Inner distribution and outer distribution, in coding theory
- Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution
- Distribution (differential geometry), a subbundle of a vector bundle defining the integrability conditions of a set of differential equations.
- Distributed parameter systems, systems that have an infinite-dimensional state-space.

Distribution theory commonly refers to either the theory of generalized functions or the theory of probability distributions.

- Distribution (business)
- Distribution (economics) of income and output
- Distribution of wealth
- Distribution of property
- Food distribution
- Good distribution practice

- Distributed computing
- Software distribution
- Distribution (concurrency), the projection operator in a history monoid

- Complementary distribution, in grammar
- Electricity distribution, in electrical engineering
- Purse distribution, in horse racing
- Distribution (pharmacology)
- Population distribution – how the demographics of a population break down
- Distribution Select, a record label
- Key distribution center
- Trip distribution
- Distribution of terms
- Electronic brakeforce distribution
- Spectral power distribution, in color science

- Distributor (disambiguation)
- Apportionment
- Range
- Range (biology) the area a species inhabits

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