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Below are the jersey numbers of 11 players randomly selected from a football team. Find the​ range, variance, and standard deviation for the given sample data. What do the results tell​ us?
 
53 38 98 3 8 27 11 28 95 77 6853   38   98   3   8   27   11   28   95   77   68
 

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