Section III
1. What score would be required to be at the 87th percentile?
Histogram
Motor Gasoline Consumption in the United States for 2007
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The motor gasoline consumption need is 762.91 in trillion Btus.
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2. Side-by-side histograms/dot plots
The histograms depict that both graphs are right skewed. The natural gas consumption histogram seems to
have a stronger right skew than the coalNatural Gas vs Coal United States Consumption forhistogram has more
consum
Part B: The Analysis
1. Side-by-side Box Plots
Box Plot
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The mean of the consumption of natural gas is great
3. Histogram
Motor Gasoline Consumption in the United States for 2007
Histogram
The histogram of the data also strengthens the fact that the data is right skewed. The histogram
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has a total of eleven bars. The motor gasoline consumption in the United St
Part B: The Analysis
1. Dot Plot
Dot Plot
Motor Gasoline Consumption in the United States for 2007
The dot plot of the data appears to be right skewed since most of the data entries of the motor
gasoline consumption in trillion Btus are on the right side
Part A: The Introduction
The data sets used for this statistical report were derived from the United States energy
consumption estimates in 2007. The data points are in trillion Btus. The energy consumption
category that the report focuses on for Section
Section III
3. How many data entries in your set are at or above the 92nd percentile?
Calculator:
Out of the 51
data entries,
there
are only three
data entries in the data set that are
at or above the
92nd percentile
of the data for
the motor gasoline con
Part C: The Conclusion
The natural gas consumption is a little higher than the coal consumption of the United States in
2007 since the natural gas consumption has a larger mean and more data entries within one
standard deviation of the mean. The distribut
Section II
Part A: The Introduction
For Section II, the statistical data used to compare and contrast is the total consumption of
natural gas versus the total consumption of coal in trillion Btus for the United States in 2007. I
intend to compare the two
Part C: The Conclusion
1. The overall shape of the distribution of the data for the motor gasoline consumption in
Btus by the United States in 2007 is right skewed. After creating a dot plot, a box plot,
and a histogram, the shape of the data was right sk
3. Data entries within 1 standard deviation of the mean.
Mean+1 Standard Deviation=716.222
California=1987.3
Texas=1516.7
Florida=1089.4
New York=726.2
There are a total of four data points that are not located within one standard deviation of the
mean. 4
SECTION I
Part A: The Introduction
The data sets used for this statistical report were derived from the United States energy
consumption estimates in 2007. The data entries are in trillion Btus. The energy consumption
category that the report focuses on f
Ramsey Padilla
STAT3125
Due Date: 04/27/2012
Introduction:
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