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Solve the problem. Round to the nearest hundredth, if necessary the following data gives the number of appliaces that applied for a job at a given company each month of 1999: 64,67,94,76,78,82,87,88,90,73,64. What is the mean of the data.
once again i added the numbers and divided them with the amount that they were so
863/11 = 78.4545....= rounding to the hundredth place would be:
78.45
Yes, 78.45 is correct
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