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anonymous

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Coach Ralph wants to compare the number of practice hours logged by members of his team for the month with the number of practice hours logged by the members of the league champion team for the month. He creates box-and-whisker plots of the number of hours each member on his team practiced this month versus the number of hours each member of league champion team practiced for the month. Which statement makes sense based on the plots? 1) Since the maximums are the same, Ralph's team members practice at least as many hours as the league champions. 2) There are 16 players on Ralph's team. 3) Half of the league champions practice less than everyone on Ralph's team. 4) Ralph's team has hours that are more unpredictable than the overall league.

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    I think you need to list the statements,

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