Give an example of a population of measurements that would
Give an example of a population of measurements that would not have a normal distribution for each of the following reasons.
a. The measurement can only result in a small number of possible values, instead of the continuum over a substantial range that is required for a normal distribution.
b. The measurement cannot go below 0, but is likely to be skewed to the right because it is extremely high for a small subset of all individuals.
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