tutorial1 - Stat 211 Tutorial 1 1 A closing price(in...

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Stat 211 - Tutorial 1 1. A closing price (in dollars) at Dec 31, 2011 of 30 stocks in a portfolio are given below: 52.78 48.27 49.82 55.85 54.60 52.87 52.85 54.48 50.73 51.46 55.88 40.72 51.69 47.59 57.19 54.83 50.21 49.54 52.29 53.14 51.12 52.39 54.59 52.48 49.04 53.34 50.49 49.03 54.97 52.16 You are also given that the sum of the above values is 1556.40 and the sum of their squares is 81041.7816. (a) i. Calculate the mean/average closing price and the standard deviation of the prices. ii. Determine the range, median, and the 1st and 3rd quartiles. Hence, deter- mine the interquartile range. iii. Draw a box plot and identify the outlier(s). (b) Remove the outlier(s) from the data and re-calculate the mean, median and standard deviation. 2. The marks of 5 students are 65, 72, 76, 87, and 91. (a) Find the average mark, the variance and standard deviation of the marks. (b) The 5 marks have each been increased by 3. Find the average mark, the vari- ance and standard deviation of the marks. (c) Ignore part b). Suppose instead that the 5 marks have each been multiplied by
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course MATH 211 taught by Professor Javid during the Winter '12 term at Waterloo.

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