random.triangular() method in Python
triangular() is an inbuilt method of the
random module. It is used to return a random floating point number within a range with a bias towards one extreme.
Syntax : random.triangular(low, high, mode)
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low : the lower limit of the random number
high : the upper limit of the random number
mode : additional bias; low < mode < high
if the parameters are (10, 100, 20) then due to the bias, most of the random numbers generated will be closer to 10 as opposed to 100.
Returns : a random floating number
Example 2: If we generate the number multiple times we can probably identify the bias.
58.645768016894735 46.690692250503226 33.57590419190895 52.331804090351305 33.09451214875767 12.03845752596168 32.816080679206294 20.4739124559502 82.49208123077557 63.511062284733015
Example 3: We can visualize the triangular pattern by plotting a graph.