My Family's Mean (Long) What statistical measure of central tendency yields the answer 50 for the dataset: Hint {29, 50, 53} ? meanmedianmidrangemode Terms Mean: The numerical average. Median: 50 ^{th} percentile. Midrange: Halfway between minimum and maxium. Mode: Most common value. Feel free to use a calculator! Please answer question 1 to reveal this question. What statistical measure of central tendency yields the answer 44 for the dataset: Hint {29, 50, 53} ? meanmedianmidrangemode Terms Mean: The numerical average. Median: 50 ^{th} percentile. Midrange: Halfway between minimum and maxium. Mode: Most common value. Feel free to use a calculator! Please answer question 2 to reveal this question. If the number 80 joined the dataset above to make: {29, 50, 53, 80}, what would increase more – the median or the mean? meanmedianthey'd change the same Please answer question 3 to reveal this question. Which measure better represents a "typical value" in a data set? meanmedian Please answer question 4 to reveal this question. Outliers affect the mean. To affect the median of this dataset, you would need to add many values on one side of the distributiona single outlier to the high enda single outlier to the low end . Please answer question 5 to reveal this question. Complete this comparison: The median of the dataset {4, 13, 16, 29, 29, 32, 50, 53, 80} is greaterlesserno different than the mean of 34. Continue