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What is the mean value of 268, 1258, 900, and 654? A. 3,080 B. 770 C. 900 D. 4
The mean value of 268, 1258, 900, and 654 is 770. 268 + 1,258 + 900 + 654 = 3,080; 3,080/4 = 770
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The mean value of 268, 1258, 900, and 654 is 770.

268 + 1,258 + 900 + 654 = 3,080;
3,080/4 = 770
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