Unformatted text preview: the 30th percentile? Suppose you know the position (the order) of a value and want to know what percentile it is ranked at. In
general, if you have n data measurements, x1 represents the 100 (1 − 0.5) / n th percentile, 100 ( 2 − 0.5) / n th percentile, and xi represents the 100 (i − 0.5) / n th percentile. Example:
4. Using the data in example 1, determine the percentile of the 4th order statistic ( x4 ). x2 represents the...
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