The national average for the math portion of the College Board’s SAT is 521 with a standard deviation of 92.

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The national average for the math portion of the College Board’s SAT is 521 with a standard deviation of 92. The median is 488. 

question 1: What is the shape of the SAT math score distribution? Why? (LEFT SKEWED, RIGHT SKEWED OR MOUNT SHAPE SYMMETRICAL)__ because __ (<,>,=) __

we have to pick if let or right or mount shape and then the next blank a number then if equal, greater or less than and a number again

Question 2: if it is The Chebyshev’s or the Empirical rule that predicts that __ percent of the SAT math score data should lie between a 245 and a 797, which are +/- __ standard deviation away from the mean.