# In each of the following cases, would the mean or the median probably

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- In each of the following cases, would the mean or the median probably be higher, or they would be about equal?
- Salaries in a company employing 100 factory workers and 2 highly paid executives.
- Age at which residents of a suburban city die, including everything from infant deaths to the most elderly.
- Prices of all new cars sold in one month in a large city.
- Heights of all 7-year-old children in a large city.
- Shoe sizes of adult women.
- Using Table 8.1, a computer, or a calculator, determine the percentage of the population falling below each of the following standard scores:
- -1.00
- 1.96
- 0.84

- Find the percentile for the observed value in the following situations:
- GRE score of 450 (mean = 497, s.d. = 115).
- Stanford-Binet IQ score of 92 (mean = 100, s.d. = 16).
- Woman’s height of 68 inches (mean = 65 inches, s.d. = 2.5 inches).

- Using Table 8.1, a computer, or a calculator, determine the percentage of the population falling below each of the following standard scores:

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