This histogram is part of a task about descriptive statistics. I thought it would be easy, and it is, but i am not sure about this one. First I described this histogram as slightly positively skewed. The skewness coefficient supported this. But then those three peaks caught my eyes and i was confused, because i've learned that it wouldn't make any sense to talk about skewness (or kurtosis) if the distribution is a bimodal or multimodal one. So, my question is one of several. Mainly: Is this a multimodal distribution? Can you say this for sure? Or is this a matter of interpretation? Along these lines the secondary questions are: If it is a multimodal distribution and especially if it is a matter of interpretation, would it be reasonable to describe the skewness, the kurtosis and the seemingly multimodal aspect? Because: from the histogram and the coefficients it seems i could say something about all three aspects. Or is it truely a strict rule, that you can't really talk about skewness/kurtosis, if it is bimodal or multimodal? In this case, i would be back to my initial question: Is this a multimodal distribution and can you be sure?