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If a set of exam scores forms a negatively skewed distribution, it suggests that the majority of the students did not score well on the exam. Answer True False
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User: In a distribution with positive skew, scores with the highest frequencies are _____. Answer on the right side of the distribution on the left side of the distribution in the middle of the distribution represented at two distinct peaks

User: If a set of exam scores forms a negatively skewed distribution, it suggests that the majority of the students did not score well on the exam. Answer True False

Weegy: If a set of exam scores forms a negatively skewed distribution, it suggests that the majority of the students did not score well on the exam. Answer is True
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In a distribution with positive skew, scores with the highest frequencies are on the left side of the distribution.
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