anonymous
  • anonymous
MEDAL AND FAN, PLEASE!!! If the outliers are not included, what is the mean of the data set? 72, 82, 3, 55, 62, 73, 90, 80, 151, 59, 46, 31 59 65 67 73
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farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Which numbers do you think are outliers?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3 and 151?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Yep so you just find the mean without including them :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ooh so it'd be 59?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! Could you help me with a few more?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
I got 65.28571428571429 lol
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Sure!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yay
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is true of the data represented by the box plot? box plot with point at 15, min at 17, Q1 at 51, median at 65, Q3 at 74, max at 90 The data is skewed to the bottom and contains one outlier. The data is skewed to the top. The data has a symmetrical distribution and contains no outliers. The mean is most likely greater than the median.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Theres the graph.
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
What do you think this is similar to the other question we did
anonymous
  • anonymous
The data is skewed to the bottom and contains outlier is my guess, but i thought it's skewed at the top?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Nope you're right it's skewed to the bottom and contains one outlier :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sweet, what about this question
anonymous
  • anonymous
When the outliers are removed, how does the mean change? The mean remains the same. The mean decreases by 2. The mean increases by 2. There are no outliers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
What do you think the outliers are?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Outliers are 15 and 35
anonymous
  • anonymous
The mean remains the same would be the answer right?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Exactly so first we're gonna add up all of the numbers and divide them, then we will remove the two outliers, add up the rest of the numbers and divide them Then we can see the difference
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks!! Mind helping me with one more? :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
A student wants to report on the number of books her friends read each week. The collected data are below: Which measure of center is most appropriate for this situation and what is its value? Median; 2 Median; 4 Mean; 2 Mean; 4
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Yep the mean remains the same 25 :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
0 l 24 l (one) l 4 l 5 l 2 l 5 l 4 l
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mind helping me with that?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
Well which do you think is the more appropriate method mean or median
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mean, because you wouldn't be able to find the median?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
You could find the median but it wouldn't be as accurate as the mean because we have an outlier of 24 present
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right, so we'd find the mean. Would the mean; 4?
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
I think so
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks :)
farawayfaith
  • farawayfaith
No problem :)

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