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Collect, organize and compare different data for the Marine Mammals of the Miami Seaquarium, i.e.: size, weight, diet and habitat and how to calculate average, median, mode and range.
Students collect, organize, and compare different data and develop statistical methods such as: average, median, mode and range as a way for decision making by constructing table
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