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A jewelry stand sells 5 different pairs of earrings. The earrings sell for $12, $9, $6, $8, and $10.
What is the mean absolute deviation of the prices? Round to the nearest cent, if necessary.

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- is3535

12+9+6+8+10=45 divided by 5=9 the mean absolute deviation is 9

- anonymous

No its 2.4

- is3535

so 2.4

- anonymous

All the #'s added up, then / that # by how many #'s there are, then subtract that from all of the #'s, then take the distance from all of those numbers to zero and divide it by... one sec sorry

- anonymous

its a bit complicated

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- is3535

so 2.4

- anonymous

http://www.alcula.com/php_dir/latexrender/pictures/ce9496dc8cf7a1f4712320605a3c7ee6.png

- is3535

or 9

- anonymous

2.4

- is3535

ok

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A quality-control center finds that 2 out of 250 toy trains are defective. How many trains would they expect to be defective in a batch of 10,000?
A.
250
B.
125
C.
80
D.
40

- anonymous

r u in k12?

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sorry im late

- anonymous

@is3535 ?

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i just joined yesterday, so this is all new to me XD

- anonymous

:D

- is3535

yes

- anonymous

im i k12 yea

- anonymous

me 2. what grade?

- anonymous

7th

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80

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- anonymous

im in 7th. lol im REALLy good @ math. if i were in a room of 100 people, i would be better than 96 of them. based on my scantron

- anonymous

80

- anonymous

anyways, ive gtg do MY K12 work. ttyl! have a gr8 day!

- anonymous

and i agree 80.

- anonymous

thanks anyone have twitter?

- anonymous

this cal. will help btw :) http://www.alcula.com/calculators/statistics/mean-absolute-deviation/

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