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set of data into 100 groups with about 1% of the values in each group. Thereare 99 percentiles.Finding percentile of a given data valuex:Percentile of the valuex=number of values less thanxtotal number of values in the data×100Example:Consider the data4.5,5,6.5,7,20,20,29,30,35,40,40,41,50,52,60.5,65,68,68,70,70,71Find percentile value of 35.Percentile of the value 35is:number of values less than 35total number of values in the data×100 =821×100 = 38.09538
PercentilesPercentilesare measures of location, denotedP1,P2,· · ·,P99, which divide aset of data into 100 groups with about 1% of the values in each group. Thereare 99 percentiles.Finding percentile of a given data valuex:Percentile of the valuex=number of values less thanxtotal number of values in the data×100Example:Consider the data4.5,5,6.5,7,20,20,29,30,35,40,40,41,50,52,60.5,65,68,68,70,70,71Find percentile value of 35.Percentile of the value 35is:number of values less than 35total number of values in the data×100 =821×100 = 38.09538(round it to nearest whole number)
PercentilesPercentilesare measures of location, denotedP1,P2,· · ·,P99, which divide aset of data into 100 groups with about 1% of the values in each group. Thereare 99 percentiles.Finding percentile of a given data valuex:Percentile of the valuex=number of values less thanxtotal number of values in the data×100Example:Consider the data4.5,5,6.5,7,20,20,29,30,35,40,40,41,50,52,60.5,65,68,68,70,70,71Find percentile value of 35.Percentile of the value 35is:number of values less than 35total number of values in the data×100 =821×100 = 38.09538(round it to nearest whole number)The value 35 is the 38thpercentile,
PercentilesPercentilesare measures of location, denotedP1,P2,· · ·,P99, which divide aset of data into 100 groups with about 1% of the values in each group. Thereare 99 percentiles.Finding percentile of a given data valuex:Percentile of the valuex=number of values less thanxtotal number of values in the data×100Example:Consider the data4.5,5,6.5,7,20,20,29,30,35,40,40,41,50,52,60.5,65,68,68,70,70,71Find percentile value of 35.Percentile of the value 35is:number of values less than 35total number of values in the data×100 =821×100 = 38.09538(round it to nearest whole number)The value 35 is the 38thpercentile, i.e.,P38= 35.
PercentilesPercentilesare measures of location, denotedP1,P2,· · ·,P99, which divide aset of data into 100 groups with about 1% of the values in each group. Thereare 99 percentiles.Finding percentile of a given data valuex:Percentile of the valuex=number of values less thanxtotal number of values in the data×100Example:Consider the data4.5,5,6.5,7,20,20,29,30,35,40,40,41,50,52,60.5,65,68,68,70,70,71Find percentile value of 35.Percentile of the value 35is:number of values less than 35total number of values in the data×100 =821×100 = 38.09538(round it to nearest whole number)The value 35 is the 38thpercentile, i.e.,P38= 35. Thus the value 35 separatesthe lowest 38% of the data value from the highest 62% of the data.
PercentilesConverting thekthpercentile to the corresponding data value:
PercentilesConverting thekthpercentile to the corresponding data value:Arrange the data in the increasing order.
PercentilesConverting thekth

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