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The table below shows the number of runners in four marathons with times in various ranges. The times of the runners in which marathon represent an extreme distribution? Marathon A Marathon B Marathon C Marathon D Greater than 2:30 but less than 3:00 171 139 122 155 Greater than 3:00 but less than 3:30 213 150 148 198 Greater than 3:30 but less than 4:00 268 188 179 244 Greater than 4:00 but less than 4:30 227 162 206 202 Greater than 4:30 but less than 5:00 189 134 267 161

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