# Quiz3 - c Which role had smallest range of ages and what is...

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1. The body temperature of students is taken each time a student goes to the nurse's office. The five-number summary for the temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) of students on a office to be higher or lower thanthe median? Explain. particular day is: b. After the data were picked up in the afternoon, three more students visited the nurse's office with temperatures of 96.7"' 98.4"' and 99.2". Were any of these students outliers? Explain. 2. The boxplots show the age of people involved in accidents according to their role in the Min 96.6" - accident. a. Which role involved the youngest '1 0 0 person, and what is the age? a. Would you expect the mean temperature of all students who visited the nurse's Q1 97.85" Median 98.25" h b. Which role had the lowest median age, and what is the age?

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Unformatted text preview: c. Which role had smallest range of ages, and what is it? 43 98.6&amp;quot; Cyclist Driver Pass. Pedest. ROLE Max 101.8&amp;quot; d. Which role had the largest IQR of ages, and what is it? e. Which role generally involves the oldest people? Explain. 3. The students in a biology class kept a record of the height (in centimeters) of plants for a class experiment. a. Sketch a histogram for these data using a bin width of 5 (lump the stem sizes into groups of 30-35, 35- 40, etc.). You can use the axes given and please label the axes! b. Find the mean of the plant heights c. Is it appropriate to use the mean and the standard deviation to summarize these data? Explain. d. Describe the distribution of plant heights (including ideas like symmetric, skewed right, skewed left, uni/bi/multi-modal)...
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