• anonymous
The results from the last quiz that Mr. Tham gave his class are 10, 15, 25, 75, 75, 77, 80, 83, 85, and 90. If he wants to persuade his class to study harder for the next quiz, what statistical measure should he use? A) mode B) median C) mean
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  • anonymous
i dont know ether
  • campbell_st
this is quantitative data... so you can exclude the mode you need to decide if the data contains outliers it it does contain outliers, the median is the best measure if you think the data is compact... then use the mean In you conclusion you many like to suggest that Mr Tham show the class how to study smarter, rather than harder...
  • anonymous
well i got the median but im not sure

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