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Problem 1

The ages of the 6 people taking a water aerobics class are \(34,66,22,55,23\), and 77. a. Find the mean. Round to the nearest hundredth. b. Find the median. c. Find the mode. \(\mathrm{d}\). Find the range. e. Find the mean absolute deviation (MAD). Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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a. The mean age of people taking the water aerobics class is approximately 46.17.
b. The median age of people taking the class is 44.5.
c. There is no mode in the given ages of people taking the class as all ages appear only once.
d. The range of the ages of people taking the water aerobics class is 55.
e. The Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD) of the ages is approximately 19.8.

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