KitKat16
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The table below shows data from a survey about the amount of time students spend doing homework each week. The students were either in college or in high school. Which of the choices below best describes how to measure the spread of this data?
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KitKat16
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looking at the minimum and maximum values to check for outliers
KitKat16
  • KitKat16
I'm not sure if both spreads are best described with the IQR or just the college and the high school by standard deviation.

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KitKat16
  • KitKat16
@Kash_TheSmartGuy can u help?
KitKat16
  • KitKat16
@paki are u available?
KitKat16
  • KitKat16
I think the college spread is best described by the IQR and the high school by standard deviation. Yes??? HELP!!!
KitKat16
  • KitKat16
@TheSmartOne do you understand this?
Kash_TheSmartGuy
  • Kash_TheSmartGuy
Hey, are you there, sorry for that
Kash_TheSmartGuy
  • Kash_TheSmartGuy
Where are the choices?

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