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The entropy per coordinate in a log-concave random vector of any dimension with given density at the mode is shown to have a range of just 1. Uniform distributions on convex bodies are at the lower end of this range, the distribution with i.i.d. exponentially distributed coordinates is at the upper end, and the normal is exactly in the middle. Thus, in terms of the amount of randomness as measured by entropy per coordinate, any log-concave random vector of any dimension contains randomness thatdoi:10.1109/tit.2011.2158475 fatcat:7jxfcxxma5dapmxq32nev2k55y