# Math

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1.During the last 5 shifts, Gary delivered 9,8,14,17, and 12 pizzas. What is the mean number of pizzas delivered during a shift?
12

2.Stephie's science experiment produced the following results:183,204,179,191,186.What is the range?
26

3.What is the mode of the city league's age data?
12 13 12 14 14 15 14
14

4.The votes for favorite types of TV programs for students were news 20 cartoons 60 sports 80 comedy 85 and other 20.Find the mean median and mode for the data
mean is 53
median is 60
mode is 20

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2. I got 25

The others are right.

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