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A set of data is described as: The data is around 7. If another measurement were taken it would probably be around 7.

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A set of data is described as:

The data is around 7. If another measurement were taken it would probably be around 7.

Which group of measures would lead to this conclusion? Think backwards to look at the sets of data that would give the results described above.

Range—4, Mode—6, Median—7, Mean—8

Range—5, Mode—9, Median—9, Mean—7

Range—12, Mode—9, Median—9, Mean—9

Range—10, Mode—7, Median—9, Mean—5

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2021-08-06T15:57:19+00:00
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Answer:

B. Range – 5

Mode – 6

Median – 7

Mean – 8

step by step explaination:

if it’s actually around 7, that’s means 7 is equal to the median. And then, specifically, the mode & the mean number will side-to-side number of 7..which means number 6 and number 8.