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It can have multiple peaks, but most symmetrical distributions do not.

Q: Does symmetrical distribution have multiple peaks?

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Yes. The distribution can be compact (centred tightly around the mean) or spread out. It can have a peak in the centre or two peaks at each end, or other variations.

No.

Symmetrical. See http://www.orbitals.com for pictures of all the orbitals

Neither. It is symmetrical.

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