The first parameter.
A measure of how skewed a distribution is.
Returns a measure of how skewed a distribution is, represented by the given parameters. Skewness is a measure of the asymmetry of a distribution around its mean. Use KURT to determine how peaked or flat a distribution is. Use SKEW.P to determine how skewed a distribution is based on a population.
Returns roughly 0.885, indicating that the tail of this distribution inclines to the positive.
Returns 0, indicating a symmetric distribution.