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anonymous

  • one year ago

help plzzzzzzzzz :(

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    @saseal

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    Ummm do it yourself

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    Not that great at graphing, but I think its D since it's the furthest detached from the plot from the rest, which is what outlier means.

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    okay

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    An out lier is the one that is set away from the rest. Now normally I do not give the answer but just by looking at the graph, you can see how the dots are plotted in a straight line with one clear outlier: D.

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    Don't help her she needs to learn how to do it herself

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