Consider the ASTV measurement data sample of the FHR-Apgar dataset. Check the following statements:a) Variable ASTV cannot have a normal distribution.b) The distribution of ASTV in hospital HUC can be well modelled by the normal distribution.c) The distribution of ASTV in hospital HSJ cannot be modelled by the normal distribution.d) If variable ASTV has a normal distribution in the three hospitals HUC HGSA and HSJ then ASTV has a normal distribution in the Portuguese population.e) If variable ASTV has a non-normal distribution in one of the three hospitals HUC HGSA and HSJ then ASTV cannot be well modelled by a normal distribution in the Portuguese population.E.10 FHR-ApgarThe FHR-Apgar.xls file contains 227 measurements of foetal heart rate (FHR) tracings recorded just previous to birth and the respective Apgar index evaluated by obstetricians according to a standard clinical procedure one minute and five minutes after birth. All data was collected in Portuguese hospitals following a strict protocol. The Apgar index is a ranking index in the [0 10] interval assessing the wellbeing of the newborn babies. Low values (below 5) are considered bad prognosis. Normal newborns have an Apgar above 6.The following measurements are available in the FHR-Apgar.xls file:Apgar1:Apgar measured at 1 minute after birth.Apgar5:Apgar measured at 5 minutes after birth.Duration:Duration in minutes of the FHR tracing.Baseline:Basal value of the FHR in beat/min.Acelnum:Number of FHR accelerations.Acelrate:Number of FHR accelerations per minute.ASTV:Percentage of time with abnormal short term variability.MSTV:Average duration of abnormal short term variability.ALTV:Percentage of time with abnormal long term variability.MLTV:Average duration of abnormal long term variability.Source:D Ayres de Campos Faculdade de Medicina Universidade do Porto Porto Portugal.