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Problem 68 Easy Difficulty

In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, when would the mode be different from the mean and median?

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In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, the mode will never be different from mean and median because in symmetrical distribution the mode, mean and median is always equal.

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in a perfectly symmetrical distribution, been with the motive, be different to the mean and the median. In a perfectly symmetrical distribution, the mode will always be equal to the mean and the median. However, when the data is by model, meaning that it has two modes. The mod timing difference from the mean and the median. Thank you.