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# The Basic Practice of Statistics w/CD-ROM

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2.27) Min 46.34 Q1 46.73 Median 47.12 Q3 48.2 Max 50.26 Outliers 47.12 Min 37.4 Q1 38.09 Median 39.16 Q3 41.58 Max 43.09 Outliers 41.9 0 5.026 10.052 15.078 20.104 25.13 0.156 35.182 40.208 45.234 50.26 bihai 47.12 0 4.309 8.618 12.927 17.236 21.545 25.854 30.163 34.472 38.781 43.09 red 41.9

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Min 34.57 Q1 35.57 Median 36.11 Q3 36.8 One major  difference between the  Max 38.13 boxplots and stemplots is that stem- Outliers 36.78 plots give the viewer a generalized idea of how much data was collected. 2.38) Boxplots fail to provide this data.  Min 316000 Q1 1500000 Median 3250000 Q3 7250000 Max 19806820 By looking at this data I can see that Outliers 19806820 there is a huge variance in the amt
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Unformatted text preview: that players are paid. Also there is a skew to the right meaning many 2.46) players are being paid more than the 7250000 Q3 median. 1500000 Q1 5750000 IQR 3.27) 10125000 According to the table Ramirez and-7125000 Schilling are outliers according to the 1.5 x IQR rule 3.813 7.626 11.439 15.252 19.065 22.878 26.691 30.504 34.317 38.13 yellow 36.78 1980682 3961364 5942046 7922728 9903410 11884092 13864774 15845456 17826138 19806820 Salary 19806820...
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