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The table below shows 10 data values: 86 89 76 93 72 91 84 83 74 92 What is the five-number summary for these data? Minimum = 72, Q1 = 83, median = 85, Q3 = 89, maximum = 93 Minimum = 74, Q1 = 83, median = 84, Q3 = 91, maximum = 92 Minimum = 74, Q1 = 76, median = 84, Q3 = 89, maximum = 92 Minimum = 72, Q1 = 76, median = 85, Q3 = 91, maximum = 93

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    median is the number separating the higher half of a data sample, a population, or a probability distribution, from the lower half. Minimum the lowest known or lowest possible number, measure, quantity, or degree. The lowest value of a mathematical function, if it has such a value. maximum is the largest value http://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/maximum.html

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