# Question

Lance Armstrong won the Tour de France seven consecutive years (1999-2005). The following table gives the winning times, distances, speeds, and margin of victory.
(a) Determine the mean and median of his winning times for the seven races.
(b) Determine the mean and median of the distances for the seven races.
(c) Determine the mean and median of his winning margin.
(d) Determine the mean winning speed by finding the mean of the data values in the table.
Next, compute the mean winning speed by finding the total of the seven distances and dividing by the total of the seven winning times. Finally, compute the mean winning speed by dividing the mean distance by the mean winning time. Do the three values agree or are there differences?

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