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I have done an entire project based on football scores from a certain team over the last 3 years and I'm not sure what information I can get from my answers. Ive done a frequency distribution table, Ogive, Histogram,cumulative frequency table, frequency polygon, etc. and I don't want to be embarrassed when Im asked what I learned from my findings. Can someone help me? I just would like to know using my scores what can be found? I have to go in front of the class tomorrow so it's rather urgent. Thanks for your time.

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  1. This is probably too late, but does "etc." include the mean and standard deviation?

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