Q: Are the mean mode median are same in normal distribution?

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Mean, median, and mode are all equal in a normal distribution.

Yes, mode equals median in a normal distribution.

Yes it is. The normal distribution is symmetrical around the mode. Therefore the median has to be the same :)

In a normal distribution the mean, median and mode are all the same value.

Yes.

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The normal distribution.

Mean, median, and mode are all equal in a normal distribution.

Mean

Yes, mode equals median in a normal distribution.

The mean, median, and mode of a normal distribution are equal; in this case, 22. The standard deviation has no bearing on this question.

The mean is the same as the mode and median.

Yes it is. The normal distribution is symmetrical around the mode. Therefore the median has to be the same :)

A normal distribution is symmetrical; the mean, median and mode are all the same, on the line of symmetry (middle) of the graph.

No. Normal distribution is uni-modal, specifically with the mean, mode, and median at the same value.

Yes, the mean (and median and mode) is the 50th percentile of any normal distribution.

Yes- this can be proved from the normal distribution function.

No, in a normal distribution they are the same.