In the spss output table titled tests of normality

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9. In the SPSS output table titled “Tests of Normality,” the Shapiro-Wilk statistic is reported along withthe Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic. Why is the Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic inappropriate to reportfor these example data?
10. How would you explain the skewness statistic for a particular frequency distribution being low andthe Shapiro-Wilk statistic still being significant at p < 0.05?
Minimum41Maximum63Range22Interquartile Range11Skewness-.622.580Kurtosis-.6001.121Age at 1st ArrestMean27.873.36695% Confidence Interval for MeanLower Bound20.65Upper Bound35.095% Trimmed Mean27.02Median27.00Variance169.981Std. Deviation13.038Minimum12Maximum59Range47Interquartile Range21Skewness.990.580Kurtosis.7461.121Years of EducationMean12.53.25695% Confidence Interval for MeanLower Bound11.98Upper Bound13.085% Trimmed Mean12.54Median12.00Variance.981Std. Deviation.990Minimum11Maximum14Range3Interquartile Range2Skewness.658.580Kurtosis-.9361.121Number of Times Fired from JobMean.93.31695% Confidence Interval for MeanLower Bound.26Upper Bound1.615% Trimmed Mean.87Median.00Variance1.495Std. Deviation1.223
Minimum0Maximum3Range3Interquartile Range2Skewness.955.580Kurtosis-.7171.121

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