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A meteorologist in a small town has been keeping track of annual snowfall amounts for the last $65\text{ years}$. The annual snowfall has an average of $54\text{ inches}$ with a standard deviation of $9.8\text{ inches}$. This year a local citizen claimed the town received $124.5\text{ inches}$ of snow.

Based on this information, one can conclude


A mistake was likely made in recording snowfall amounts.


This year was surprisingly snowy but is not a huge abnormality.


The interquartile range must be well over $9.8\text{ inches}$.


Before the point $124.5$ was added, this distribution was right skewed.


The median will be greater than the mean for this distribution.

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