Skewed Distribution

Skewed Distribution

A skewed distribution is a frequency graph that is higher on one side than the other. For instance, a graph of the frequency of ages of people eating Trix cereal is probably higher in the younger ages than the older ages (positively skewed). A graph of the frequency and ages of people eating Fiber cereal is probably higher in the older ages (negatively skewed).

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