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gosh not even i kno how to do this crap
hes really good at this stuff he should b able to help
Go into school early to talk to your teacher or friend! :D
IQR = interquartile range
any other info. given ?
Nope this is all of it.
this is just a guess, but I think IQR is the best measurement for both. Not 100% sure.
i always thought that standard deviation is better measure for spread than IQR in any type of data.
Guy i just really need help...i don't know any of this...
I have 8 more of these questions and i don't understand one of em...i just answered 1 and got confused on this one.
I just read that when data has outliers, it is best to use the IQR. And both movies and games has outliers.
So that eliminates both B and D?
found it here... https://onlinecourses.science.psu.edu/stat100/node/12
i have a hunch that IQR is better for movies and std. deviation is better for basketball (as the spread for basketball is not max in the middle and std. deviation considers all points from the set unlike IQR )
you could be right...because the games have outliers but they are not that far spaced
I think this is A.
I would probably go with Hartnn's answer. He is probably better at this then me
Which one would that be -_-"
sorry, couldn't say it for sure. but i would have gone with A.
segment 2 is hard!!!
wat the! this questions says it was 3 months ago >.<
it is a closed question....so why are you surprised
also ive seen questions that were 1 year ago and stuff XD