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The graph models the hypothetical mass, in kilograms, of a Tyrannosaur

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The graph models the hypothetical mass, in kilograms, of a Tyrannosaurus rex up to 30 years of age. Points A, B, and C represent the masses for a Tyrannosaurus rex at ages 12,16, and 20, respectively, according to the model.
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From each drop-down menu, select the option that creates the most accurate statement based on the information provided.

  • For integer values of the age from 12 to 30, the average (arithmetic mean) mass falls approximately between________kilograms.

    A. 2,000 and 3,000
    B. 3,000 and 4,000
    C. 4,000 and 5,000

    Spoiler: :: OA
    C

  • The percent change in the mass from age 12 to age 16 is approximately_________the percent change in the mass from age 16 to age 20.

    A. equal to
    B. 2 times
    C. 3 times

    Spoiler: :: OA
    C

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a: 4000-4500 KG
b: % change from 12 to 16 is approximately three times of % change from 16 to 20..

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