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Explain why t distributions tend to be flatter and more spread out than the normal distribution.

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To find: The reason why t-distributions tend to be flatter and more spread out than the normal distribution.

Explanation

The t-distribution very much depends on the sample size and the degrees of freedom.

As degrees of freedom or sample size increases, the shape of t

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