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Which statistical method best represents this set of data? 1,2,5,2,3,7,300,5,3,3

a.mean
b.median
c.mode
d.standard deviation

I'm pretty sure it's B or C, but they are both the same number.

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well, none of the answers is a "method".

mode describes the set of data pretty good.

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Thank you!

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