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  1. anonymous
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    @perl

  2. anonymous
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    so you would do the same thing to this one accept for variable B

  3. anonymous
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    ok but how do i know what the numbers are?

  4. anonymous
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    they would be the value of the height since the B variable accounts for the "y values"

  5. anonymous
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    tell me what you think they are?

  6. anonymous
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    k give me sec

  7. anonymous
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    1,4,4,5,5,5,6,6,7,8

  8. anonymous
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    That would be for value A... value B 1,1,1,2,2,2,3,3,5,6

  9. anonymous
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    oh ok and i would also add that than divide by 10 right

  10. anonymous
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    so if i was to do that it would be 2.6 right?

  11. anonymous
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    @tbeneka are u still there?

  12. anonymous
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    are sorry ya i'm here and yes that is what I got too

  13. anonymous
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    thanks i only have a few more do u mind?

  14. anonymous
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    sure

  15. anonymous
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    The age and test score for 10 children are displayed in the scatter plot. What is the recorded test score for the outlier? ____% http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1549000_1549500/1549024/1/0a2e5095dc1a2f60abfb28c8139324380110af13/MS_IMC-141015-108157.jpg

  16. anonymous
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    Well the outlier is the one that seems like it doesn't belong. So from the graph that would be 100%

  17. anonymous
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    k thanks that all the Qs i got for today

  18. anonymous
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    good hope that helped :D

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