Posted by **Alexandrea** on Friday, April 12, 2013 at 4:24am.

The table below shows the weekly earnings of two groups of employees working part-time at a local grocery store.

GROUP A: $245, $224, $218, $295, $214, $312, $284

GROUP B: $223, $230, $310, $246, $295, $301, $215

PART A: What is the mean for each group?

PART B: What is the median for each group?

PART C: Which measure best describes the center of the data for each group? why?

PART A: I got... GROUP A=256

GROUP B=260

PART B: I got... GROUP A=245

GROUP B=246

However, I am not sure what PART C is asking me. PLEASE HELP ME ON PART C AND EXPLAIN WHY YOU GOT YOUR ANSWER!!!

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