Compare the shapes, means, ranges, and medians of the data sets.

Then use the drop-down arrows to complete the sentences.

The mean distance for Data Set A is [the same as, greater than, less than] the mean distance for Data Set B. Therefore, [the distances for Data Set B are higher, on average, the distances for Data Set A are higher, on average, the distances for Data Set A and Data Set B are the same, on average]. The median of Data Set A is [the same as, greater than, less than] the median of Data Set B. Therefore, [the median commute distance for Data Set A and Data Set B are the same, the median commute distance for Data Set A is higher, the median commute distance for Data Set B is higher]. The range for the distances in Data Set A is [greater than, less than, the same as] the range for the distances in Data Set B. Therefore, [there is a greater difference between the highest and lowest commute distance in Data Set A than Data Set B, there is a greater difference between the highest and lowest commute distance in Data Set B than Data Set A, there is the same difference between the highest and lowest commute distance in Data Set A and Data Set B]. The commute distances for Data Set A are [symmetric, skewed-left, skewed-right], and the commute distances for Data Set B are [skewed-right, skewed-right, symmetric].

Compare the shapes means ranges and medians of the data sets Then use the dropdown arrows to complete the sentences The mean distance for Data Set A is the same class=
Compare the shapes means ranges and medians of the data sets Then use the dropdown arrows to complete the sentences The mean distance for Data Set A is the same class=
Compare the shapes means ranges and medians of the data sets Then use the dropdown arrows to complete the sentences The mean distance for Data Set A is the same class=
Compare the shapes means ranges and medians of the data sets Then use the dropdown arrows to complete the sentences The mean distance for Data Set A is the same class=