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The double bar graph shows the monthly snowfall amounts (in inches) for two cities over a six-month period. Compare the mean monthly snowfall amounts of the two cities for these months. (Round your answers to two decimal places.)

The mean of City 1 was _____ and the mean of City 2 was _____ .

Guest Nov 9, 2018

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The mean is simply the average.

City 1 = \(10+20+23+16+12+6=87\) , so to find the mean we do \(87/6\) and get 14.5.

City 2 = \(6+16+22+18+8+1=55\) , so to find the mean we do \(55/6 \) and get 9.17 when rounded to the nearest hundreth.

The mean of City 1 was 14. inches and the mean of City 2 was 9.17 inches.

You are very welcome!

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CoolStuffYT Nov 9, 2018