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5 September, 06:56

Here is a histogram displaying the top 30 lifetime batting averages in baseball history. This distribution of data shows lots of lifetime averages in the middle classes, but tails off sharply at both the upper and lower ends. What best explains the fact that there are very few averages in the lowest class?

A. There may be other hitters in the 320s, but they didn't make the top 30.

B. Very few batters are skillful enough to have the very highest batting averages.

C. Batting averages lie on a bell-shaped curve.

D. The histogram is symmetrical.

E. Histograms always have taller bars in the middle.

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  1. 5 September, 08:09
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    I believe the answer is A.
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