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A team of Calculus teachers is analyzing student scores on a final exam compared to the midterm scores. One teacher proposes that they already have every teacher's class averages and they should just work with those averages. Explain why this is problematic.

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The class averages will vary a lot less than the individual scores of the students and thus the class averages will give a misleading representation of the actual individual scores.

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