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Otis measured the heights of several sunflowers. He found
that their heights were 2, 3, 5, 7, and 8 feet.
Otis found that the mean was 5 feet and the range was 6
Which numbers describe the center and spread of this data set?
A. 2 feet describes the center, and 8 feet describes the 8 spread.
B. 8 feet describes the center, and 2 feet describes the spread.
C. 6 feet describes the center, and 5 feet describes the spread.
O D. 5 feet describes the center, and 6 feet describes the spread. 6

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Step-by-step explanation:

the mean will describe the center and the range will describe the spread, I know this because the mean is in the middle, and the only other thing for the range would be the spread.
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