A club bowling team has 12 members. The first ten members bowl a game, and their average score is 156. If you know the next two members bowl scores of 173 and 151, do you have enough information to find the total of all 12 scores? (A) Yes, the total is 157. (B) Yes, the total is 1872. (C) Yes, the total is 1884. (D) No, we would need to know the ten individual scores. (E) No, we would need to know the standard deviation.

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9. A club bowling team has 12 members. The first ten members bowl a game, and their average score is 156. If you know the next two members bowl scores of 173 and 151, do you have enough information to find the total of all 12 scores?
  • (A) Yes, the total is 157.
  • (B) Yes, the total is 1872.
  • (C) Yes, the total is 1884.
  • (D) No, we would need to know the ten individual scores.
  • (E) No, we would need to know the standard deviation.
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