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

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    The mean absolute deviation is 2.44 inches for the baseball team and 1.8 inches for the tennis team. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the data? There is more variability in the baseball team member heights. There is more variability in the tennis team member heights. The baseball players are all taller than the tennis players. The tennis players are all taller than the baseball players.

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    @.WhiteDragon.

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    The baseball players are all taller than the tennis players.

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    wait

  6. .WhiteDragon.
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    ok that has to be the answer because there is the same amount of different heights in each graph

  7. anonymous
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    okay i will tell u if its correct when i am done with all the questions

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    ok that is all i can answer sorry ill be back to answer more questions tonight and tomorrow?

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    okay

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    will you be here tonight and tomorrow

  11. anonymous
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    yeah

  12. .WhiteDragon.
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    ok ill let you know if i cant make it see you then:)

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    k

  14. anonymous
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    it was wrong

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