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How would I decide which best describes the shape of the distribution of these 11 scores? (bimodal, peaked, skewed, or symmetrical)?(16, 17, 12, 23, 18, 15, 17, 18, 17, 20, 16)

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How would I decide which best describes the shape of the distribution of these 11 scores? (bimodal, peaked, skewed, or symmetrical)?

(16, 17, 12, 23, 18, 15, 17, 18, 17, 20, 16)

 

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Step 1

Mean:

The formula for finding mean is shown below:

Mean-Sum of all data values
Number of data values
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Mean-Sum of all data values Number of data values

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Step 2

The mean is obtained as follows:

Меan - 189
11
=17.18
17
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Меan - 189 11 =17.18 17

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Step 3

Thus the mean is 17.

Median:

The formula fo...

th
1
position
ifn is odd
2
Median
th
th
+1
positi on ifn is even
+
2
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th 1 position ifn is odd 2 Median th th +1 positi on ifn is even + 2

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