He recorded his data and calculated a mean and a median. Then, he realized that what he thought was the

maximum value in his data set should have been a negative value, making it the new minimum value in his data

set.

Which statement most likely describes the mean and the median of his new, corrected data set?

A Only the mean will be lower; the median must remain the same.

@ Only the median will be lower; the mean must remain the same.

• Both the mean and the median will be lower; the mean changed by a greater amount than the median.

Both the mean and the median will be lower; the median changed by a greater amount than the mean.

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