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Mairoon Mairoon
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Assume the following. In location A yearly temperatures range from -30°F to 100°F and in location B yearly temperatures range from 55°F to 75°F. In both locations the average yearly temperature equals 65°F. We can conclude that
A) temperature in location A has a higher variance.
B) temperature in location B has a higher standard deviation.
C) temperature in location A has a lower standard deviation.
D) temperatures in both locations have the same standard deviation but different variances.
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