anonymous
  • anonymous
Data are collected about the amount of time, in minutes, each member of the lacrosse team spends practicing. How does a single outlier change the mean of the collected data?
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anonymous
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I think a single outlier causes the value of the mean to slightly move towards the outlier
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
When you have an outlier, you basically have a piece or group of data that is "outside" of the normal group Therefore, when you have the outlier being a higher data, the mean might be higher, but if it is lower, then the mean might be lower as well.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so....am I right?
calculusxy
  • calculusxy
I think so.
anonymous
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@peachpi you think that is right that was my first guess
anonymous
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yes

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