# Math

A random group of 5 boys and a random group of 5 girls were selected to determine whether boys or girls text more. The table shows the number of texts sent by each person during one day. Comparing the data sets, which inference can be made?
Who Texts More?
Boys Girls
19 14
23 17
26 21
27 25
30 168

A random group of 5 boys and a random group of 5 girls were selected to determine whether boys or girls text more. The table shows the number of texts sent by each person during one day. Comparing the data sets, which inference can be made?
A) The number of texts sent by boys varies greatly.
B) The median is the best measure to use to compare the sets.
C) The outlier of 168 does not affect either the mean or median.
Eliminate
D) The median for the number of texts sent by boys is less than the median for the girls. *****

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1. not D. The median is the 3rd number in each list.

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