# Suppose that a variable of a population has a reverse-J-shaped distribution and that two simple random samples are taken from the population.a. Would you expect the distributions of the two samples to have roughly the same shape? If so, what shape?b. Would you expect some variation in shape for the distributions of the two samples? Explain your answer

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Suppose that a variable of a population has a reverse-J-shaped distribution and that two simple random samples are taken from the population.

a. Would you expect the distributions of the two samples to have roughly the same shape? If so, what shape?
b. Would you expect some variation in shape for the distributions of the two samples? Explain your answer

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Given variable of a population has a reverse J- shaped distribution. Any sample distribution will be approximately similar to population distribution, so the simple random sam...

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