## cubanafabien1996 2 years ago 1. What are the minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum of the data set? 18, 20, 11, 10, 8, 6, 12, 4 (1 point) A. minimum 4; first quartile 7; median 10.5; third quartile 17.5; maximum 20 B. minimum 4; first quartile 5.5; median 12.75; third quartile 15; maximum 20 C. minimum 4; first quartile 8.75; median 12.75; third quartile 17.5; maximum 20 D. minimum 4; first quartile 7; median 10.5; third quartile 15; maximum 20

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2. Make a box-and-whisker plot of the data. 24, 18, 29, 21, 16, 23, 13, 11 (1 point)

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3. Find the sum or difference.

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4. Find the product.

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5. The table shows the number of hours that a group of friends spent in their first week training to run a marathon. In the second week, they each add 4 hours to their training times. What are the mean, median, mode, and range of times for the second week? Runner Hours Jeff 5 Mark 10 Karen 5 Costas 9 Brett 7 Nikki 5 Jack 7

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6. The number of hours a group of contestants spent preparing for a quiz show are listed below. Which frequency table represents the data? 60, 25, 86, 56, 45, 48, 90, 75, 30, 67, 90, 36, 80, 15, 32, 65, 61 (1 point)

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can anyone help me??

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Which one do you think it is?

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I'm talking about #1.

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i don't know these at all, these are just the 6 questions out of the whole chapter that i don't know and need help with.

10. zordoloom

Take a guess for #1. I'll tell you if you got it right.

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C?

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4,6,8,10,11,12,18,20 the min=4, max=20 mid=(10+11)/2=10.5 the first quartile=(6+8)/2=7 the third quartile=(12+18)/2=15 That means that it's D

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Thank you SO much, would you be able to help me with the rest?

14. zordoloom

I would, but I have to go now. I got a flight to catch. Hopefully someone else can help you. Good luck with your studies!