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Create a data set with eight values for each graph:

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(5,8), (5.7), (5,6).. and so on?
you need to the data set. using the "5 numbers of summary "to make a data set!
ok i have no idea sorry.. maybe if you give an example or something i can help you out!
like when you need to make a "dot plot" you need to know the "minimum, maximum, median, upper quartile, lower quartile"
search on google "5 numbers of summary"
k but i dnno how to apply to the graph now
same here. and thats my problem right niw x((
you mean how to get the set of observation points right?
i dont know. the question only tell me to "make a data set" for each graph. and i have no idea how can i make a data set for those graphs!

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