# Variability 29933

In September, students missed the following number of lessons:

Girls: 2; 0; 7; 8; 2; 2; 4;

Boys: 4; 4; 0; 3; 10; 3; 8;

Compare the variability of both statistical files.

Girls: 2; 0; 7; 8; 2; 2; 4;

Boys: 4; 4; 0; 3; 10; 3; 8;

Compare the variability of both statistical files.

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