Question

Which of the following is true about Student’s t-models?

Group of answer choices

A. They are unimodal and symmetric.

B. They have fatter tails than the Normal model.

C. As the degrees of freedom increase, the t-models look more and more like the Normal Model

D. All of the above.

Answer #1

Answer:-

We know that in case of student t distribution

It is unimodel and symmetric , they have fatter tails than the normal model and As the degrees of freedom increase the t -models look more and more like the normal model ,

Hence above statements are correct , Therefore
**answer** is

**D. All of the above.**

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