2, 4, 4, 5, 6, 9O 4.74O2.37O 4.5O5.63. Given the histogram below for a set of data, which statement is TRUE?For the set of data shown, the mean is greater than the median.For the set of data shown, the relationship between the mean and the median cannot be determined.For the set of data shown, the mean and the median are about equal.For the set of data shown, the median is greater than the mean.mean of 300 and a standard deThe scores.of students on a standardized test fom.e normal d'stribution with a150 and 450260 and 340Start: 10:42 AM

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2, 4, 4, 5, 6, 9
O 4.74
O2.37
O 4.5
O5.6
3. Given the histogram below for a set of data, which statement is TRUE?
For the set of data shown, the mean is greater than the median.
For the set of data shown, the relationship between the mean and the median cannot be determined.
For the set of data shown, the mean and the median are about equal.
For the set of data shown, the median is greater than the mean.
mean of 300 and a standard de
The scores.of students on a standardized test fom.e normal d'stribution with a
150 and 450
260 and 340
Start: 10:42 AM
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2, 4, 4, 5, 6, 9 O 4.74 O2.37 O 4.5 O5.6 3. Given the histogram below for a set of data, which statement is TRUE? For the set of data shown, the mean is greater than the median. For the set of data shown, the relationship between the mean and the median cannot be determined. For the set of data shown, the mean and the median are about equal. For the set of data shown, the median is greater than the mean. mean of 300 and a standard de The scores.of students on a standardized test fom.e normal d'stribution with a 150 and 450 260 and 340 Start: 10:42 AM

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