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HLTH 501 W EEK 2 P ROBLEMS —30 POINTS 10 points per problem. Put answers in table below: 1. A----205 B---175 C---245 D---70 E---350 F---NO G---50% H----75 % 2. A---0.8125/ 81.25 B.---.8723/87.23 3.A. .76 B. .239 C—3.6 1. The following box-whisker plot shows the distributions of total cholesterol levels in boys and girls 10-15 years of age. Boy s Girl s 12 0 13 0 14 0 15 0 16 0 17 0 18 0 19 0 20 0 21 0 22 0 23 0 240 25 0 26 0 270 A. What is the median total cholesterol level in boys? _205_______ B. What is Q1 for boys? ___175_____ C. What is Q3 for boys? ___245_____ Page 1 of 2
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HLTH 501 D. Lower Limit for Outliers for boys: __70______ E. Upper Limit for Outliers boys: ____350____ F. Are there any outliers in total cholesterol in boys? __No______ G. What proportions of the boys have total cholesterol less than 205? _50______ % H. What proportions of the girls have total cholesterol less than 205? ___75____ % 2. As part of a study, investigators wanted to assess the accuracy of self-reported smoking status. Participants are asked whether they currently smoke or not.
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  • Fall '10
  • CarlyTanner
  • Limit superior and limit inferior, total cholesterol, self-reported smoking status

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