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Hailey records the weights of five dogs of one breed and five dogs of another breed. What can she infer about the weights of Breed 1 dogs and Breed 2 dogs? Breed 1: {45, 38, 49, 52, 51} Breed 2: {36, 35, 44, 50, 40} A. Breed 1 dogs and Breed 2 dogs have similar weight distributions. B. Breed 1 dogs and Breed 2 dogs have somewhat similar weight distributions. C. Breed 1 dogs and Breed 2 dogs have no overlap in their weight distributions. D. Breed 1 dogs and Breed 2 dogs have identical weight distributions.
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Ah, I get it. You just need to find the average of both of them, and compare them. Do you know how to find the average?

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