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## Can a distribution be bimodal and skewed right?

**Bimodal histograms can be skewed right as seen in this example where the second mode is less pronounced than the first. This second mode may or may not have any practical meaning but could be worth investigating to be certain.**

## What does it mean when a distribution is bimodal?

A bimodal distribution has two modes. In other words, **the outcome of two processes with different distributions are combined in one set of data. It is also known as double-peaked distribution. For example, data distribution of two shifts production data in a manufacturing plant.**

## Can a multimodal distribution be skewed?

Values greater than 5/9 may indicate a bimodal or multimodal distribution, though **corresponding values can also result for heavily skewed unimodal distributions.**

## Is a right skewed distribution unimodal?

**The right-skewed unimodal histogram has the highest peak on the left side of the graph. Bimodal distributions have two modes. These distributions create the bimodal histograms, where two modes are present in the measures of central tendency of the data list.**

## What is bimodal and skewed right?

Bimodal: A bimodal shape, shown below, has two peaks. This shape may show that the data has come from two different systems. If this shape occurs, the two sources should be separated and analyzed separately. Skewed right: **Some histograms will show a skewed distribution to the right, as shown below.**

## Can data be unimodal and skewed?

Values greater than 5/9 may indicate a bimodal or multimodal distribution, though **corresponding values can also result for heavily skewed unimodal distributions.**

## Can a histogram be unimodal and skewed?

Unimodal distributions aren’t necessarily symmetric like the normal distribution. They can be asymmetric, or **they could be a skewed distribution**

## What would cause a bimodal distribution?

Often bimodal distributions occur because of some underlying phenomena. For example, the number of customers who visit a restaurant each hour follows a bimodal distribution since people tend to eat out during two distinct times: lunch and dinner. This underlying human behavior is what causes the bimodal distribution.

## What bimodal tells us?

Q. What does a Bimodal Distribution tell you? **You’ve got two peaks of data, which usually indicates you’ve got two different groups. For example, exam scores tend to be normally distributed with a single peak.**

## Can a bimodal distribution be skewed?

**Bimodal histograms can be skewed right as seen in this example where the second mode is less pronounced than the first.**

## Can a multimodal distribution be normal?

**A multimodal distribution in a sample is usually an indication that the distribution in the population is not normal. It can also indicate that your sample has several patterns of response or extreme views, preferences or attitudes.**

## What does it mean when a distribution is multimodal?

**a set of data in which there is more than one mode or score that occurs most frequently.**

## Can a multimodal distribution be symmetric?

**Distributions don’t have to be unimodal to be symmetric. They can be bimodal (two peaks) or multimodal (many peaks).**

## Can a skewed distribution be unimodal?

Unimodal distributions aren’t necessarily symmetric like the normal distribution. They can be asymmetric, or **they could be a skewed distribution**

## Can right skewed distribution be bimodal?

**Bimodal histograms can be skewed right as seen in this example where the second mode is less pronounced than the first.**

## How do you know if it’s unimodal or bimodal?

A histogram is unimodal if there is one hump, bimodal if there are two humps and multimodal if there are many humps. A nonsymmetric histogram is called skewed if it is not symmetric. If the upper tail is longer than the lower tail then it is positively skewed.

## What is a unimodal skewed?

Unimodal Distribution u2013 Negatively Skewed This is **a frequency curve where the long tail extends to the left. It has the following characteristics: The mode is usually bigger than both the median and the mean. The median is found between the mean and the mode.**

## Can a bimodal distribution be skewed right?

**Bimodal histograms can be skewed right as seen in this example where the second mode is less pronounced than the first. This second mode may or may not have any practical meaning but could be worth investigating to be certain.**

## What is skewed right?

A bimodal distribution has two modes. In other words, **the outcome of two processes with different distributions are combined in one set of data. It is also known as double-peaked distribution. For example, data distribution of two shifts production data in a manufacturing plant.**

## What does bimodal mean on a graph?

A x26quot;skewed rightx26quot; distribution is **one in which the tail is on the right side. A x26quot;skewed leftx26quot; distribution is one in which the tail is on the left side. The above histogram is for a distribution that is skewed right.**

## Can skewed right be unimodal?

right-skewed). **The above distribution of heights is unimodal, right-skewed, and contains another interesting feature, an outlier. Outliers are responses that fall well away from the rest of the values.**

## Is unimodal skewed?

**A histogram is unimodal if there is one hump, bimodal if there are two humps and multimodal if there are many humps. A nonsymmetric histogram is called skewed if it is not symmetric. If the upper tail is longer than the lower tail then it is positively skewed.**

## Can a unimodal histogram be skewed?

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## What does it mean when data is unimodal?

In statistics, a unimodal probability distribution or unimodal distribution is a probability distribution which has a single peak. The term x26quot;modex26quot; in this context refers to any peak of the distribution, not just to the strict definition of mode which is usual in statistics.

## Can a skewed graph be unimodal?

Unimodal distributions aren’t necessarily symmetric like the normal distribution. They can be asymmetric, or **they could be a skewed distribution**