Note that as n becomes large, the expression reduces to the mean cubed deviation, SK ≈ (1/n) n∑i=1(Xi−X)3 / s3 . As a frame of reference, for a sample size of 100 or larger taken from a normal distribution, a skewness coefficient of ±0.5 would be considered unusually large.
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