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Two baseball teams, the Jayhawks and the Falcons, each recorded the number of home runs hit in 1 season by every player on the team. Each team then calculated the mean number of home runs and the MAD (mean absolute deviation). Team Home runs Mean MAD Jayhawks 7.8 4.1 Falcons 8.2 3.8 Which statement best describes the overlap in the distribution of the two data sets?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A. The overlap is high because both means are greater than either MAD. B. The overlap is high because the difference in the means is small compared to either MAD. C. The overlap is low because the difference in the MADs is small. D. The overlap is low because the sum of the means is large compared to either MAD.

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    • one year ago
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    Thanks @Here_to_Help15

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