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Carrie found the mean hourly wage of employees at his company using the data in the table. In a report he stated, " The typical salary at the company is about $23.00 per hour. How is this misleading?

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  1. What does he mean by typical?

    How does the typical salary compare with the lowest salaries? the highest salaries?

  2. ok thanks

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  3. You're welcome.

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