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## The distribution of ages of runners in a marathon is approximately normal. The oldest participant was 80 and the youngest was 13. Which of t

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The distribution of ages of runners in a marathon is approximately normal. The oldest participant was 80 and the youngest was 13. Which of the following statements is true of the mean and median ages of the runners?

The mean is less than the median.

The mean is greater than the median.

The mean and median are approximately equal.

The actual ages of all runners are needed to decide.

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Answer: The mean is greater than the medianwhen finding the mean then add the numbers then divide them by the amount of numbers there are when finding the median find the middle number and if there is no middle number divide the 2 and that should be your mean