I think I might be facing a fundamental misunderstanding when it comes to right vs left-skewed distributions.
Currently, I am working through the Mastering Stats w/ Python and this is one of the quiz questions I am having a hard time with:
In what sense is this distribution right skewed? To me, it seems that the majority of the data is toward the left of the histogram.
Also, is it that the mean is less than the median in this case because the majority of the data, the count that is, takes on lower values?
Thanks in advance!