# Would you expect distributions of these variables to be uniform, unimodal, or bimodal? Symmetric or skewed? Explain why. a) Ages of people at a Little

Would you expect distributions of these variables to be uniform, unimodal, or bimodal? Symmetric or skewed? Explain why. a) Ages of people at a Little League game. b) Number of siblings of people in your class. c) Pulse rates of college-age males. d) Number of times each face of a die shows in 100 tosses.
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Caren
a) Bimodal and skewed right. There will be two distinct groups of Little League players and spectators. The spectators
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Jeffrey Jordon
A uniform distribution always takes on the same value, a unimodal distirbution has one peak, while the bimodal distribution has two peaks. A symmetric distribution has the most values in the middle, while a skewed distribution will have the most value to the left or the right. a) Uniform and Symmetric, because most will be the same age. b) Unimodal and skewed, because most will have 0,1 or 2 siblings, but some might have more. c) Unimodal and symmetric, because most of the pulse rates will take on about the same average value, some will have a lower pulse rate and some a higher pulse rate. d) Uniform and Symmetric, because the number of time each face shows should be about the same.