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Two groups of students were asked how far they lived from their school. The table below shows the distances in miles: Group A (distance in miles) 1 1.5 8 9.2 6.8 4.5 4.8 2.5 0.76 Group B (distance in miles) 2 2.5 3.23 1.3 1.8 2.4 3 1.5 1.8 Which statement best compares the mean distances for the two groups? It is equal for Group A and Group B. It is greater for Group B than Group A. Its value for Group A is double the value for Group B. Its value for Group B is three times the value for Group A.

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  1. anonymous
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    @teagirl7630

  2. anonymous
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    Which do you think it is? @TylerDaPro

  3. anonymous
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    ether A or B

  4. anonymous
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    Did you figure out the mean of all of the numbers? Or do you not know how to do that...

  5. anonymous
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    i now how to do it a little but i need help

  6. anonymous
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    Okay. So you add all of the numbers together and then you divide them by how many numbers there are. You wanna do that, and then I'll check your work?

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. anonymous
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    4.34 and 2.17

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    For the first one, I got 4.76, but I could be mistaken in how to do mean. And for the second one, I got 2.19, but I could be wrong again. Either way, our answer show the same thing. What does it show us?

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    @TylerDaPro

  11. anonymous
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    it shows us that group A is bigger than group B

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    :) Yup! There ya go, Ty. Anything else you need help with, just post it and tag me in it :)

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    ok thank you your the best

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    @teagirl7630

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    No problem. Happy to help :^)

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    :) <3 @teagirl7630

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    <3 @TylerDaPro

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