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Check my answers 11. How many numbers are in the original data set? (1 point) 6 16 22 *** my answer 9

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I got 16
What do you do to find it out?

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I just counted every number that was only on there once
That's what I did, and I got 22
you counted every number right?
yes
Don't. Only count each number once. For example 1 is on the three times so only count it once.
I'm still not getting 16
(1) 30, (2) 31,(3) 32,(4) 33,(5) 34,(6) 35,(7) 0,(8) 1, (9) 2,(10) 5,(11) 3,(12) 6,(13) 4,(14) 7,(15) 8,(16) 9
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13. If this data were put into a bar graph, which of the following would be true regarding the shape of the graph? (1 point) It would be skewed left. It would be skewed right. It would be bell-shaped. There is not enough information to tell. (using the same graph)
I made one but I don't really know
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