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Two friends, Hazem and Keith, recorded the number of songs they downloaded each month for 1 year. Each calculated the mean and MAD of the number of songs downloaded so they could compare the results. What conclusion can be drawn, based on the value of the means-to-MAD ratio? Friend Mean MAD Hazem 9.8 3.6 Keith 11.2 3.4 A. Hazem and Keith downloaded about the same number of songs per month. B. Hazem downloaded more songs per month than Keith did. C. Keith downloaded more songs per month than Hazem did. D. No conclusions can be drawn.

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