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A graph (not shown) of the buying prices of cars at a local dealership reveals that the distribution is skewed to the right.

Which of the following statements below is TRUE?

The median is the average of the $1\text{st}$ and $3\text{rd}$ quartiles.

The mean is less than the median.

The value of the $1\text{st}$ quartile minus the minimum is less than the maximum minus the $3\text{rd}$ quartile.

There are more buying prices between the $1\text{st}$ quartile and the median than there are between the median and $3\text{rd}$ quartile.

There are more buying prices that are greater than the mean than buying prices that are less than the mean.