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Which statement holds true for a skewed histogram showing a distribution of the weights of students in a class? The number of weights on the right side of the mode is equal to the number of weights on the left. The number of weights on the left side of the mean is equal to the number of weights on the right. The mean weight and the median weight will be the same for the distribution. The nature of the skew can be verified by the position of the mean with respect to the median. The nature of the skew can be verified by the position of the mean with respect to the mode.

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