MATH SOLVE

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# What can you tell about the mean of each distribution? (Please hurry!!)

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Answer:Third Option:"The mean number of cats treated each day at a New Leash on Life Animal Clinic is lower than the mean number of cats treated each day at No Ruff Stuff Animal Hospital"Step-by-step explanation:The figure shows two points diagrams for the number of cats treated per day.
Point diagrams show the frequency of a series of values or results in an experiment that has n trials.
In this problem there is the possibility that in a day some number between 0 and 90 cats will be treated. The diagram shows which value between 0 and 90 is more frequent.
In the first diagram that represents "A New Leash on Life Animal Clinic" can be seen that most of the data are grouped between 25 and 40. There is no value greater than 50, and there is a value less than 10. This allows us to conclude that the mean of this distribution approaches 35.
In the second point diagram that represents "No Ruff Stuff Animal Hospital" most of the data are grouped between 40 and 55. There are even a pair of values greater than 75.
This allows us to conclude that the mean of this distribution is in a intervalor between (45, 55)
Finally it is clear that the mean numbers of cats treated in "A New Leash on Life Animal Clinic" is lower than the average of "No Ruff Stuff Animal Hospital"