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if 50 customers were surveyed which measure of data could be used to calculate the total number of minutes that they waited to ride the rollercoaster?

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  1. anonymous
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    what is minute a measure of?

  2. anonymous
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    ...time?

  3. anonymous
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    I know that. I was asking graciela

  4. anonymous
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    the answer choices i have r mean, median, mode, and range

  5. anonymous
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    i see, mean would be the average number of minutes that a customer waited. The median is simply a number you pick from the middle of the list of number of minutes each person waited for, arranged from lowest to highest. mode is the number of minutes that appears most frequently and finally range is the difference between the highest and lowest values of minutes. So, your answer should be mean.

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    ok thanks for your answer bye

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