Given the associated probabilities, which indicate the probability that one kind of aircraft scoresthe same lower than the corresponding Kadena value, I have found thatKC-135 has 1-0.2033 = 0.7967 = 79.67% probability of costing higher than the Kadena valueof $1.10 million;B-52 has 1-0.3085 = 0.6915 = 69.15% probability of costing higher than the Kadena value of$6.80 million;F-15 has 1-0.7088 = 0.2912 = 76.73% probability of costing higher than the Kadena value of$40.70 million;F-35 has 1-0.3228 = 0.6772 = 67.72% probability of scoring higher than the Kadena value of$2.60 million.In terms of location means and standard deviations, Enid has the highest location mean of $19.70million, and Beale has the lowest location mean of $0.60 million. Neither Enid nor Beale has a fullset of data values from all types of aircraft participated; Enid only has cost values from F-15 and F-22, and Beale only has a cost value from F-35, so the reliability and compatibility of their locationmeans to the ones of other locations are questionable.Five locations – Barksdale, Corpus Christi, Clinton, Lackland, and Dover – have collected data onflying squadron costs from three aircraft. Among these five locations, Barksdale has the highestlocation mean of $9.17 million, and Lackland has the lowest location mean of $4.03 million.Barksdale also has the highest location standard deviation of $7.32 million, and Corpus Christi hasthe lowest location standard deviation of $2.14 million. The high location mean and high standarddeviation may be caused by an outlier value of $17.30 million from the B-52 Bombers inBarksdale. An outlier lies far away from the majority of the other values in the set, and it mayimpact the location mean and standard deviation.Kadena is the only location that collected costs values from all four aircraft – KC-135, B-52, F-15,and F-35. It has a location mean of $12.80 million and a standard deviation of $18.76 million. Noother location has a complete set of data from all types of aircraft.Search entries or authorUnreadSubscribeReferencesTriola, M. (2018). Elementary statistics using excel and MyStatLab access card(6th ed.). Boston,MA: Pearson.