Annual Incomes Annual incomes are known to have a distribution that is skewed to the right instead of being normally distributed. Assume that we collect a large (n> 30) random sample of annual incomes. Can the distribution of incomes in that sample be approximated by a normal distribution because the sample is large? Why or why not?

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Annual Incomes Annual incomes are known to have a distribution that is skewed to the right instead of being normally distributed. Assume that we collect a large (n> 30) random sample of annual incomes. Can the distribution of incomes in that sample be approximated by a normal distribution because the sample is large? Why or why not?

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