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# 138sp10groupquizproject - Math 13800 Group Quiz Project...

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Math 13800 Group Quiz Project – Section 30.6 Spring 2010 In groups of 2-4 students, decide on a survey question to use for this project. The question must have a specific, objective number answer for each person surveyed and a reasonable spread of values. Think about this carefully. Write the survey question on your paper. Collect 30 responses to your question including one response from each group member. List the 30 responses on your paper. NOTE: EACH GROUP MEMBER MUST HAVE THE SAME LIST OF 30 RESPONSES. Use that set of 30 values to do the following : Create a stem-and-leaf plot of the values (in order). Draw a box-and-whisker plot. Clearly identify the median and 1, 3. and Q Q Determine and label the IQR. Show the arithmetic work to determine whether there are any outliers. Mark any outliers with a dot and draw your whisker to the next closer data value. Draw a histogram using at least six, but no more than ten evenly-spaced intervals. Determine and label the mean.

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