In training for an upcoming marathon, Kylee and Mason decide to log the miles they
run each day for a week.

What will Mason have to do the next day to overlap his data more closely with
Kylee’s?

A. Mason’s data already overlaps with Kylee’s. The minimums, maximums, and
measures of central tendency show that the data are already overlapping.
Mason will not have to change his training.

B. Kylee’s mean is larger than Mason’s mean. This means that in order for their
data to overlap, Mason will have to run more miles than Kylee.

C. Kylee’s median number of miles is less than Mason’s median number of miles.
This means that in order for their data to overlap, Mason will have to run fewer
miles.

D. Mason’s data does not overlap. There is no way he can catch up to her and
make his data overlap hers.