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Which statement is true about central tendencies?
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The range is larger than the mean.
A set of data could have no range.
A set of data could have no mode.
The mode will never equal the median.
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Which statement is true about central tendencies? Answer The range is larger than the mean. A set of data could have no range. A set of data could have no mode. The mode will never equal the median.
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I say the third choice
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are you new
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julianassange Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
Because data is always changed. For example, if you managed football games, the score would always be different. It matters on their skill. And nope. I'm not new.
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Medal me?
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2 do it to me to
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lol! medal party :P
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Yessir
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medal me
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