Why is it said that, All statistics are numbers but all

Numbers are not statistics?

It is said that all statistics are numbers but all numbers are not statistics as statistics is an aggregate of numerical facts and figures. A single value does not represent statistics. For example, “marks of student A is 40” is not statistics. It is simply information. However, “marks of students A, B and C are 40, 45 and 42 respectively” can be termed as statistics.

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