When data points in a set of data are extreme enough to have a significant effect on the mean, the data point is said to be __________.
A.
crooked
B.
flawed
C.
an outlier
D.
skewed

When data points in a set of data are extreme enough to have a significant effect on the mean, the data point is said to be __________.
A.
crooked
B.
flawed
C.
an outlier
D.
skewed

When data points in a set of data are extreme enough to have a significant effect on the mean, the data point is said to be __________. A. crooked B. flawed C. an outlier D. skewed

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User: When data points in a set of data are extreme enough to have a significant effect on the mean, the data point is said to be __________.
A.
crooked
B.
flawed
C.
an outlier
D.
skewed

Weegy: When data points in a set of data are extreme enough to have a significant effect on the mean, [ the data point is said to be an OUTLIER.
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User: Which of the following is not a measure of central tendency?
A.
mean
B.
median
C.
mode
D.
range

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