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Skewness is a parameter that describes asymmetry in a random variable’s probability distribution.
The one on the left is positively skewed.
Evans, Hastings and Peacock (2000) is a handy reference with detailed information on numerous probability distributions, including formulas for the skewness of each.
www.riskglossary.com /articles/skewness.htm   (286 words)

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