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when the mean is slightly larger than the median does that mean the data is slightly skewed to the left, the right, or neihter?

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    If the mean is slightly larger than the median, there are values on the right side (the larger side) that cause the mean to be greater.

    So, the data would be slightly skewed to the right.

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