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October 9, 2014 Derrick Berry Module 2 In your own words, interpret the data and note the shape of the distribution of the data provided from Case Study: Highest Paid Women (Chapter 2, p. 35). To help guide your interpretation, include the following: frequency distribution table stem and leaf plot histogram sample mean and median sample standard deviation. Looking at these statistics I see there an extremely large gap between the top earner and the bottom 2 earners. The bottom 2 earners are compensated at a rate of ~23% of that of the top earner. The majority (60%) of the women are earning between \$10-15 million dollars annually. Looking at the histogram we get a right skewed shaped. This is due to the fact that 92% of the subjects earn under \$20M per year. More surprisingly, there are 0 out of the top 25 highest paid women who earn between \$20-30 million dollars. These figures are very low when compared to their male counterparts. The lowest paid of the top 25 men from the same year, collected a total compensation of \$41.9M . A figure almost \$3M higher than the highest paid woman of 2007. \$ in Millions Tally Frequenc y Relative Frequency 5-Under 10 xxxx 5 5÷25 0.2 10-Under 15 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx x 15 15÷25 0.6 15-Under 20 xxx 3 3÷25 0.12 20-Under 25 0 0÷25 0 25-Under 30

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