Posted by **Graciela** on Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 6:39pm.

A fair 20-sided die is rolled 60 times, and the value of chi-square is computed using expected counts of 3 for each face. If this process is repeated many times, the shape of the distribution of the values of chi-square should be...

A uniform

B bimodal

C skewed left

D skewed right

E approximately normal

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