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  1. aripotta
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    let's do State A first. order the numbers from least to greatest for me

  2. aripotta
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    find the median

  3. aripotta
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    ok so now we have to parts of the numbers first half, left of the median you found: 34, 35, 35, 35 second half, right of the median you found: 36, 36, 38, 38 find the medians for both halves

  4. aripotta
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    so the median is in between the two numbers, 36 and 38. to find the median, add the two numbers and divide by 2

  5. aripotta
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    so (36 + 38)/2 is the median of the second half

  6. anonymous
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    37

  7. aripotta
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    right. so a five-number summary is comprised of min: Q1: median: Q3: max:

  8. anonymous
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    what would q1 and q3 be?

  9. aripotta
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    the medians of the two halves. the first is Q1 and the second is Q2

  10. aripotta
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    sorry, Q3*

  11. anonymous
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    ok

  12. aripotta
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    once you have the five numbers, you can put them in a box and whisker plot

  13. aripotta
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    so 34, 35, 36, 37, 38|dw:1433465217533:dw|

  14. anonymous
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    How would i put that in text?

  15. aripotta
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    the first part just asks for the five-number summary, which is 34, 35, 36, 37, 38. and also asks for the interquartile range, which is Q3 - Q1

  16. aripotta
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    i drew the box plot for the second part, to see if it was symmetric, which it is. now you can do the same thing for the second data set.

  17. anonymous
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    ok thanks

  18. aripotta
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    no problemo~

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