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5. What's true of the distribution of any variable, if your model is the mean of that variable? AThe distribution of the variable is more narrow than the distribution of its residual. The distribution of the variable is more narrow than the distribution of its residual. BThe distribution of the variable is always centered on a number lower than the distribution of the residual is centered on. The distribution of the variable is always centered on a number lower than the distribution of the residual is centered on. CThe distribution of the variable is always centered on 0, whereas the center of the distribution of its residual is unpredictable. The distribution of the variable is always centered on 0, whereas the center of the distribution of its residual is unpredictable. DThe distribution of the variable is the same shape as the distribution of its residual

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As your teacher, I want to emphasize that the correct statement regarding the distribution of any variable model around its mean is option (D). This means that the distribution of the variable follows the same shape as the distribution of its residual. It is important to note that the balance between the upper and lower deviations contributes to this distribution. If you want to learn more about distribution, I recommend that you read up on it at brainly.com/question/15713806.