Example how to Rank data

Example how to Rank data - 10=5 12=6 14=7 now we have the...

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Here is how you rank data: Let’s say these are your numbers already set in order. 6,7,8,8,10,12,14,15,15,15,15,16 So: 6=1 7=2 Now you get to the two 8s. Normally it would be like this to continue the rankings: 8=3 8=4 but they have to share the rankings so you have to find the mean. 3+4=7 7/2= 3.5 So now you have these rankings 6=1 7=2 8=3.5 (3) 8=3.5 (4) lets continue.

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Unformatted text preview: 10=5 12=6 14=7 now we have the four 15s 15=8 15=9 15=10 15=11 Find the Mean. Rank=9.5 So the answer of the ranks are: (The numbers in parenthesis are the original rankings but not the answer I added them so you can see the pattern better) 6=1 7=2 8=3.5 (3) 8=3.5 (4) 10=5 12=6 14=7 15=9.5 (8) 15=9.5 (9) 15=9.5 (10) 15=9.5 (11) 16=12...
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