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Basic Statistics & Probability

Basic Statistics & Probability

Box & Whisker Plots Exercises

Example 1

Use this box plot of the results for the ladies' figure skating finals at the 2010 Winter Olympics to answer questions 1 and 2.

box whisker 7

Example 2

If this plot is made up of 10 individual scores, how many skaters scored above 188.4 (the median)?

Example 3

Calculate the range and the interquartile range of the data.

Example 4

Create a box-and-whisker plot for the judges' scores for Prancing with the B-List Celebrities from the week of April 12th.

Evan L52
Nicole S50
Pamela A47
Chad O44
Erin A39
Jake P38
Niecy N36
Kate G32
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