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    Explain the use of normal probability plot to evaluate whether a set of data is normally distributed?

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    Consider a distribution of data values that is both symmetrical and mesokurtic (neither flat nor peaked). The frequency curve for such a distribution is called a normal curve.

    For a set of values that is normally distributed, it is always true that 68.27% of the data values (or approximately 68 percent of the ...

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    This response discusses the use of normal probability plots to determine the distribution of data.