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A The mean median and mode can never all be

a. The mean, median, and mode can never all be the same.

b. The mean is always one of the data points.

c. When n is odd, the median is one of the data points.

d. The median is the same as the second quartile and the 50th percentile.

b. The mean is always one of the data points.

c. When n is odd, the median is one of the data points.

d. The median is the same as the second quartile and the 50th percentile.

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