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27 November, 17:05

The median age of the science teachers at Mike's school is the same as the median age of the math teachers, but the ages of the math teachers show greater variability. Which statement most likely describes the data sets?

The difference in ages between the oldest and youngest math teachers is greater than the difference in ages between the oldest and youngest science teachers.

There are more math teachers than science teachers at Mike's school.

The average age of the math teachers at Mike's school is greater than the average age of the science teachers.

The oldest teacher in Mike's school is a mathematics teacher.

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  1. 27 November, 18:48
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    The answer would be the first option.
  2. 27 November, 18:50
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    The answer would be A (The first one). Since the science teacher's ages are less varied, that means their ages are closer to each other, making the difference between the oldest and youngest teacher very small.
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