# statistics

If X is a random variable which is normally distributed with a mean of 100, then P(X<100)=P(X>100)

True or False?

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asked by Leslie
1. If it is normally distributed, then the mean, median and mode have the same value.
The median is the point where half of the scores have a higher value and half have a lower value.

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posted by PsyDAG
2. So, that would make the statement True.

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posted by Leslie
3. You got it!

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