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anonymous
 one year ago
assume that the numbers of a data set are arranged in ascending order. which statement about the third quartile is true.
1 all of the numbers lie below the 3rd quartile.
2 all of the numbers lie above the 3rd quartile.
3 50% of the number lie below or on the 3rd quartile, and the remaining 50% lie above it.
4 25% of the numbers lie below or on the 3rd quartile, and the remaining 75% lie above it.
5 75% of the numbers lie or on the 3rd quartilem and the remaining 25% lie on or above it.
anonymous
 one year ago
assume that the numbers of a data set are arranged in ascending order. which statement about the third quartile is true. 1 all of the numbers lie below the 3rd quartile. 2 all of the numbers lie above the 3rd quartile. 3 50% of the number lie below or on the 3rd quartile, and the remaining 50% lie above it. 4 25% of the numbers lie below or on the 3rd quartile, and the remaining 75% lie above it. 5 75% of the numbers lie or on the 3rd quartilem and the remaining 25% lie on or above it.

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