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Salaries of professional baseball players take on a rightskewed distribution. If we were to take both the mean and median of this distribution, what would be true about the relationship between these two measures?
A. There is not enough information provided to answer.
B. Mean salary is equal to median salary
C. Mean salary is greater than median salary
D .Mean salary is less than median salary
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kathrynjones2015 Group Title
Salaries of professional baseball players take on a rightskewed distribution. If we were to take both the mean and median of this distribution, what would be true about the relationship between these two measures? A. There is not enough information provided to answer. B. Mean salary is equal to median salary C. Mean salary is greater than median salary D .Mean salary is less than median salary
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