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For 1 month, two doctors in a medical office counted the number of patients they saw each day. The mean and MAD for each doctor were calculated and recorded in a table. What conclusion can be drawn, based upon the value of the means-to-MAD ratio? Doctor Mean MAD Hartmann 15.3 0.9 Kim 18.9 1.1

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  1. is3535
    • one year ago
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    A. Dr. Hartmann saw more patients per day than Dr. Kim did. B. Dr. Kim saw more patients per day than Dr. Hartmann did. C. Dr. Kim and Dr. Hartmann saw about the same number of patients per day. D. No conclusions can be drawn.

  2. Black_ninja123
    • one year ago
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    What do you think it is?

  3. is3535
    • one year ago
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    i think C

  4. Black_ninja123
    • one year ago
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    I would say B because Dr.Kim has greater numbers than Dr.Hartmann

  5. is3535
    • one year ago
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    ok I am not 100% sure, but I know how to do the problem, i think lol so mean "to" mad means divide your mean (15.3) by your MAD (0.9) etc etc so Dr. Hartman seen 15.3/0.9 = 17 patients Dr. Kim seen 18.9 / 1.1= 17.18 repeated patients. so they both aw about 17 patients, or about the same amount each so what should the answer be C

  6. Black_ninja123
    • one year ago
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    I guess you should go with C

  7. is3535
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    @Vocaloid

  8. is3535
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    @iGreen

  9. is3535
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    @Thesmarterone

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Lol you just copied and paste I am not 100% sure, but I know how to do the problem, i think lol so mean "to" mad means divide your mean (15.3) by your MAD (0.9) etc etc so Dr. Hartman seen 15.3/0.9 = 17 patients Dr. Kim seen 18.9 / 1.1= 17.18 repeated patients. so they both aw about 17 patients, or about the same amount each so what should the answer be? :) But changed it from someone else

  11. is3535
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    ok I am not 100% sure, but I know how to do the problem, i think lol so mean "to" mad means divide your mean (15.3) by your MAD (0.9) etc etc so Dr. Hartman seen 15.3/0.9 = 17 patients Dr. Kim seen 18.9 / 1.1= 17.18 repeated patients. so they both aw about 17 patients, or about the same amount each so what should the answer be C by I.L

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