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6. A distribution has a shape that is strongly skewed left. Which of the following statements is most likely true about this distribution?
  • (A) Mean > Median.
  • (B) Mean = Median.
  • (C) Mean < Median.
  • (D) Only the mode can be determined.
  • (E) There are no outliers in the distribution.

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