hwk4 - Hwk 4 (due Tue. 5/17/11) (1) Textbook: 1.70, 1.89,...

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Hwk 4 (due Tue. 5/17/11) (1) Textbook: 1.70, 1.89, 1.92, 1.94 (2) Excel work (only turn in the templates) (2a) Input data from the Excel file ``2004_CAR’’ at the Blackboard site, and draw side-by-side boxplots for city vs highway. Use the ``rule of thumb’’ to identify possible outliers. Hand in the single-page template. Note: Creating boxplots requires you to have the WHFStat Add-In software, available in StatsPortal that you don’t have an access to, hence you are allowed to do (2a) by hand. Still, you need to make your boxplots as accurate as you can. In particular, mark all important values on the boxplots: min, Q1, M, Q3, max, any possible outliers. (2b) Read Excel Manual page 25-28 about histograms. Follow the instruction to add and activate ``data analysis toolpak’’ if necessary. Input data from the Excel file ``ta01_007’’ (Table 1.7 in the textbook) at the Blackboard site, then do the following: We only need the data in cells B1:B51 (just delete the ``reading’’ in column C). Create a
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course STOR 155 taught by Professor Andrewb.nobel during the Summer '08 term at UNC.

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