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Q: If the tails of the normal distribution curve are infinitely long. Is it True or False that the total area under the curve is also infinite?

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The F-distribution is either zero or positive, so there are no negative values for F. This feature of the F-distribution is similar to the chi-square distribution. The F-distribution is skewed to the right. Thus this probability distribution is nonsymmetrical.

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In Euclidean geometry, a line has no end points - it is infinite in length.

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The statement is false. The binomial distribution (discrete) or uniform distribution (discrete or continuous) are symmetrical but they are not normal. There are others.

True. You can find many references including wikipedia on the Normal distribution on the internet.

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The F-distribution is either zero or positive, so there are no negative values for F. This feature of the F-distribution is similar to the chi-square distribution. The F-distribution is skewed to the right. Thus this probability distribution is nonsymmetrical.

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It is true. Because the normal distribution is above the horizontal axis for all values, the area under it is a positive quantity no matter the z value.

The statement is true that a sampling distribution is a probability distribution for a statistic.

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