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Which sentence uses an objective tone? we will plant the best garden of any school in the area. the new campus garden will surely be envied by other schools. a garden would provide numerous benefits to the students. you will probably agree that gardens have many benefits.

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Determine if the following statement is true or false. the normal curve is symmetric about itsâ€‹ mean, mu. choose the best answer below. a. the statement is false. the normal curve is not symmetric about itsâ€‹ mean, because the mean is the balancing point of the graph of the distribution. the median is the point whereâ€‹ 50% of the area under the distribution is to the left andâ€‹ 50% to the right.â€‹ therefore, the normal curve could only be symmetric about itsâ€‹ median, not about its mean. b. the statement is true. the normal curve is a symmetric distribution with oneâ€‹ peak, which means theâ€‹ mean, median, and mode are all equal.â€‹ therefore, the normal curve is symmetric about theâ€‹ mean, mu. c. the statement is false. the mean is the balancing point for the graph of aâ€‹ distribution, andâ€‹ therefore, it is impossible for any distribution to be symmetric about the mean. d. the statement is true. the mean is the balancing point for the graph of aâ€‹ distribution, andâ€‹ therefore, all distributions are symmetric about the mean.

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