# Question

Draw a normal curve and identify the approximate location of the following scores.

(a) You have the most frequent score.

(b) You have a low-frequency score, but the score is higher than most.

(c) You have one of the lower scores, but it has a relatively high frequency.

(d) Your score seldom occurred.

(a) You have the most frequent score.

(b) You have a low-frequency score, but the score is higher than most.

(c) You have one of the lower scores, but it has a relatively high frequency.

(d) Your score seldom occurred.

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