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a. 22.2 56.5 63.7 65.6 75.1 82.6 89.8 91.5 102.9 108.1 110.1
Median=82.6 L
22.2 56.5 63.7 65.6 75.1
Q1=63.7 L
89.8 91.5 102.9 108.1 110.1
Q3=102.9 L
b. IQR=Q3-Q1 so 102.9-63.7= 39.2 L
c. See attached titled Milk Yields
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a. (i) The variable is the width of the last upper molar in the fossils.
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