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A team has twelve 15yearold players and eight 16yearold players. The coach of the team is 43 years old. Which measure of central tendency best represents the ages of the team, including the coah, and why?
A: Mean, because it is not affected by the age of the coach.
B: Median, because it is not affected by the age of the coach.
C: Mean, because it includes the age of everyone on the team.
D: Mode, because it includes the age of everyone on the team.

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