This is a bell curve question. If 99 people take an exam. If 33 did poor, 33 did average and 33 did well, can you

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This is a bell curve question. If 99 people take an exam. If 33 did poor, 33 did average and 33 did well, can you demonstrate that with a bell curve or a normal distribution curve?