6.2
T or F
As "n" increases, the shape of a binomial probability distribution is left-skewed as the number of success, p, increases.
T or F
As "n" increases, the shape of a binomial probability distribution is right-skewed as the number of success, p, decreases.
T or F
If the value of "p" is < 0.5 and is held constant, as "n" increases, the shape of the distribution is bell-shaped.
T or F
If the value of "p" is > 0.5 and is held constant, as "n" increases, the shape of the distribution is right-skewed.
T or F
If the value of "p" is = 0.5 and is held constant, as "n" increases or decreases, the shape of the distribution remains bell-shaped.
False, ...is right skewed as the number of success, p, increases.
False, ...is left-skewed as the number of success, p, decreases.
False, ...has a bell-shape in the midst of a distribution that may be symmetric at one point but becomes skewed-right the more "n" increases.
False, ...has a bell-shape in the midst of a distribution that may be symmetric at one point but becomes skewed-left the more "n" increases.
True