Phasing Costs In Normal Distribution Manner Between Months

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Dear Community

I am hoping someone can help me.

In the attachment, I have costs which are phased depending on when we start.

Row 2 £84,000 is split from April to October by judgement assuming a normal distribution manner, starts off high, peaks and then tails off.

Is there an Excel formula if I put start date, end date or start date and split by 8.5, it will produce more or less these numbers/patterns please?

CTA (£ value)
assessed
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecCTA Total (£ value)
£84,000£20,000£20,000£20,000£10,000£7,000£5,000£2,000£0£0£84,000

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