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Population of dogs mean rate 26 pounds and a deviation of 3.6 pounds, Population of cats mean rate 10.5 and a deviation of 1.9 if a dog weights 24 pounds and a cat weights 19 pounds. which weighs more for its population?

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    Z = (score-mean)/SD

    Which has the highest value?

    However, you don't need to go through this, because (assuming no typos) one value is above the mean and the other is below.

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