Now let us summarize what we have seen. To guide you, we have written most of the sum-mary already.Question 4.Complete the statements below by filling in the [SQUARE BRACKETS].Hint 1:For a refresher on distribution types, check outSection 10.1Hint 2:Thehist()table method ignores data points outside the range of its bins, but you mayignore this fact and calculate the areas of the bars using what you know about histograms fromlecture.The plot in question 2 displayed a(n) [empirical] distribution of the population of [492] players.The areas of the bars in the plot sum to [99.2].The plot in question 3 displayed a(n) [empirical] distribution of the sample of [100] players.The areas of the bars in the plot sum to [95].Question 5.For which range of values does the plot in question 3 better depict the distributionof thepopulation’s player values: 0 to 0.5, or above 0.5? Explain your answer.0 to 0.511