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  1. Howard-Wolowitz
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  2. Howard-Wolowitz
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    @phi could you explain tihs to me

  3. phi
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    the 5 numbers used to describe a set of numbers are smallest number, First quarter, median, third quartile, biggest

  4. phi
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    22 is the median, so we know 16 numbers are less than or equal to 22 (we have 16 numbers "below" 22 and 16 numbers above 22, for a total of 33 numbers) However, I don't know how many are "strictly less" than 22 that can vary depending on how many 22's are in the data set.

  5. Howard-Wolowitz
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    so what would you suggest

  6. phi
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    I would ask your teacher. If you put in 16 and they say that is the correct answer, I would definitely complain.

  7. Howard-Wolowitz
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    what about 20 and 16

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