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11. Compare the continine level using a boxplot of Columns 1 and 2 . Paste your boxplot here 12. Create a histogram for the Column 1 data. Paste it here. 4
13. Create a histogram for the Column 2 data. Paste it here. Part IV. Interpreting Statistical Information Using the descriptive statistics found above, what conclusions can you make comparing the continine level of smokers and non-smokers exposed to smoke (ETS)? You want to address EACH of the following points below. Please be sure to use SPECIFIC values to support your reasoning (hint: you may want to consider the descriptive statistics found in Part III as well as the histograms). You must justify your conclusions with Stat Disk output from Part III of this project for each portion below. a. One conclusion about a measure of center (mean, median, midrange). b. One conclusion about the variability in the two datasets (variance, standard deviation, range) c. One conclusion about the shape of the distribution (mention direction of skew and relationship of the mean and median).
Submit your final draft of your Word file by going to Week 2, Project, and follow the directions under Week 2 Assignment 2. Please use the naming convention "WK2Assgn2+first initial+last name" as the Submission Title. 5

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