“Random uniform” refers to a probability distribution where all values within a given range are equally likely to be chosen. In Python, the `random`

module provides a function `uniform()`

that generates random float numbers uniformly distributed over a specified range.

Here’s an example code snippet that generates a random float number between 0 and 1 using the `uniform()`

function:

import random random_number = random.uniform(0, 1) print(random_number)

This code will output a random float number between 0 and 1, such as `0.5731849839286182`

or `0.8342349864234502`

. You can change the range by passing different arguments to the `uniform()`

function. For example, to generate a random number between 10 and 20, you can use:

random_number = random.uniform(10, 20) print(random_number)

This code will output a random float number between 10 and 20, such as `17.493048231025384`

or `12.928345982034582`

.

### Conclusion:

In this conversation, we discussed the “Random Uniform” distribution and how it can be generated in Python using the `random.uniform()`

function from the `random`

module. This function can be used to generate random float numbers uniformly distributed over a specified range. We also provided code examples to demonstrate how to use the `uniform()`

function to generate random numbers within a specific range.