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What is this particular distribution called?
a. Bimodal
b. Normal
c. Camelesque
d. Negatively skewed
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Another characteristic of distributions is their modality. Most curves found in practice are unimodal, which means that they have one mode and frequencies progressively decline as they move away from the mode. Symmetrical distributions are usually unimodal. However, curves can also be bimodal or multimodal. accurately reflect the shape of the population from which the sample was taken.
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