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FAN AND MEDAL Jason wants to compare the mean height of the players on his favorite hockey and volleyball teams. He creates the dot plots shown below:

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    The mean absolute deviation is 1.83 inches for the hockey team and 2.53 inches for the volleyball team. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the data? There is more variability in hockey team member heights. There is more variability in volleyball team member heights. The hockey players are all taller than the volleyball players. The volleyball players are all taller than the hockey players.

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    @GreatGuy @bassplayer4 @emma.monsterr @Vianne

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    I believe it would be the second one because not all the volleyball players are tall

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    thanks

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