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How can a normal Distribution best be described?



A. Bell-shaped, a variance of 1, the mean=median=mode
B. Bell-shaped, symmetrical about the mean, a single mode
C. Un-Symmetrical about the mean, a natural tolerance of three standard deviations, unimodal
D. Symmetrical about the mean, bell-shaped, discrete data

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Asked by PracticeExcellence, Last updated: Feb 17, 2020

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paris_gorill

Paris_gorill

Answered Feb 12, 2017

Answer is 2. Bell-shaped, symmetrical about the mean, a single mode.

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minaxis

Minaxis

Answered Jan 27, 2017

According to my knowledge, answer will be: Bell-shaped, symmetrical about the mean, a single mode.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 11, 2016

Bell-shaped, symmetrical about the mean, a single mode
 

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