• Question 2 C 0/1 pt 56 O Details The boxplot below shows salaries for Actuaries and CPAS. CPA Actuary 80 70 30 40 50 60 90 100 Salary (thousands of $) April makes the minimum salary for an Actuary. Chasity makes the median salary for a CPA. Who makes more money? O Chasity O April How much more? $ D Video M Message instructor Question Help: Submit Question

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C 0/1 pt 56 O Details
The boxplot below shows salaries for Actuaries and CPAS.
CPA
Actuary
80
70
30
40
50
60
90
100
Salary (thousands of $)
April makes the minimum salary for an Actuary. Chasity makes the median salary for a CPA.
Who makes more money?
O Chasity
O April
How much more? $
D Video
M Message instructor
Question Help:
Submit Question
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• Question 2 C 0/1 pt 56 O Details The boxplot below shows salaries for Actuaries and CPAS. CPA Actuary 80 70 30 40 50 60 90 100 Salary (thousands of $) April makes the minimum salary for an Actuary. Chasity makes the median salary for a CPA. Who makes more money? O Chasity O April How much more? $ D Video M Message instructor Question Help: Submit Question

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