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Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)Dental Schools Dental schools provide urban statist ics to their students. a. Use the following data to decide which of the two cities you would pick to set up your practice in. Cloverdale: Population. 18,250 Median price of a home, $167.000 Dentists. 12: median age. 49 Mean number of patients. 1294.5 Barnbridge: Population, 27,840 Median price of a home, $204.400 Dentists. 17.5: median age, 53 Mean number of patients, 1148.7 b. Explain how you made your decision.BuyFind*launch*

4th Edition

Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 13.1, Problem 15ES

Textbook Problem

Dental Schools Dental schools provide urban statist ics to their students.

a. Use the following data to decide which of the two cities you would pick to set up your practice in.

Cloverdale: Population. 18,250

Median price of a home, $167.000

Dentists. 12: median age. 49

Mean number of patients. 1294.5

Barnbridge: Population, 27,840

Median price of a home, $204.400

Dentists. 17.5: median age, 53

Mean number of patients, 1148.7

b. Explain how you made your decision.

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