Lab_2 - Rule 6 Find the median of the milk production The...

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Math 221 Week 2 Lab Submitted by: James Rigney Part 1. Random Sampling Rando m Sample Orde red Samp le 11 3 22 3 30 5 3 11 49 17 68 22 5 30 17 49 69 68 3 69 Part 2. Cereal and Fiber Type Part 3. Milk Production 1. Find the sample mean. 2270.54 is the sample mean 2. Find the sample standard deviation. 653.1822 is the standard deviation. 3. Make a frequency distribution for the data. Distribution is started at right. Frequenc y 7 15 13 11
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4. Create a histogram for the data. Does the data appear bell-shaped? It does not appear to be bell shape 5. What true percent of the data lies within one standard deviations of the mean? Within two standard deviations of the mean? How do these results agree with the Empirical
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Unformatted text preview: Rule? 6. Find the median of the milk production. The median is 2207 7. Find the maximum and the minimum value. The maximum is 4285 and the minimum is 1147 8. What is the range? The range is 3138 9. What is the first Quartile? 1798.25 is the first Quartile. 10. What is the second Quartile? (What is this also called?) 2207 is the second Quartile. 11. What is the third Quartile? 2727.5 is the third Quartile 12. What is the 80th percentile? 2832.4 is the 80 th percentile. Part 4. Linear Regression Sugar and Calories Analysis Sugar and Cost Analysis Weight and Cost Analysis...
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