MAU Project 01 - This is confirmed by the boxplot which...

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Nicholas Richardson MAU Sec. 3 Project 1
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This dataset reflects a set of observations of the sun. The number of sunspots seen each day was recorded over a period of one hundred days. The mean number of sunspots for each day was calculated to be 46.93, while the median value was only 39.50. The maximum number of sunspots seen in a day was 154 and the minimum was 0. Upon observing the histogram, one can see that the maximum number of sunspots was in a low number range, somewhere around 15.
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Unformatted text preview: This is confirmed by the boxplot which shows the first three quartiles of the values closely distributed over the bottom half of the range. The fourth quartile is the most distributed because it contained a lot of values that were relatively low and spread out. They were not clustered as in the first three quartiles. This can be viewed in the boxplot, which shows a small number of values spread out over a large part of the range from about 70 to 160....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2009 for the course ENGR MAU taught by Professor Malaviya during the Spring '09 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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