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Textbook Problem

In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, the mean, the median, and the mode will all have the same value. (True or false?)

To determine

To check: Whether the statement “In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, the mean, the median, and the mode will all have the same value” is True or False.

Explanation

If a symmetrical distribution has only one mode (unimodal), the mode, mean, and median will all have the same value...

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