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State whether either extreme in the data set is an outlier. A. The upper extreme is an outlier. B. The lower extreme is an outlier. C. Both extremes are outliers. D. Neither extreme is an outlier.
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its suppose to be closed
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what do you mean @babygirlyaz123
jim_thompson5910
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@mathscience4ever are you able to see what Q1 and Q3 are?
Christian_10_
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C is what I think.
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I agree
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why do you guys think C ?
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Read the second and third paragraph of the following, perhaps you will change your mind. http://www.purplemath.com/modules/boxwhisk3.htm

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