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Posted by **Amy~** on Sunday, September 5, 2010 at 4:27pm.

Business:

Mean: $39,000

Median: $30,000

Range: $20,000

Engineering:

Mean: $35,000

Median: $34,000

Range: $12,000

Could someone explain why it would be a certain major?

I don't know: I thought engineering since the range of salaries isn't a huge difference, and the mean and median are close(but is this a good thing)

- Math -
**PsyDAG**, Monday, September 6, 2010 at 11:34amBoth distributions are positively skewed, since the mean is more effected by deviant scores than the median. The first distribution has the greater skew.

With the range of 12k and median of 34K, he has a 50% chance of getting between 34-46K. For the first distribution, the 50% chance is to get between 30-50K. Of course, that is just looking at the positive side.

Wouldn't it depend on how optimistic Derrick was?

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