AP Statistics 5.1 Exploring Data

AP Statistics 5.1 Exploring Data. What does this information tell us about the data?

APAP Statistics
AP StatisticsExploring Data
Exploring DataComparing Distributions of Univariate Data
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information tell us about the data and here's potential answers [mumbling]

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All right, let's be real Maine isn't one of the top party states, there [Tumbleweed rolls through Maine Street]

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aren't a heck of a lot of fraternities that closed up shop during spring break

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and hightail it to Augusta. That said summers in Maine aren't awful they're

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just not as popular as Florida's but er, what is the wider box plot for Florida [Box plot for Florida students]

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tell us exactly does it tell us that A students in Maine spend less time

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outside than those in Florida well that may be true we can't tell for sure with [Boy with his arms up confused]

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the information we've got the box plots width doesn't tell us anything about the

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amount of time it's just given us an idea of the range of data although if [Lots of big data signs piled on to each other]

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you're from Florida we wouldn't be surprised if you got that wrong. got [two guys on a beach in Florida]

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a lot of partying to do. What about B students in Florida spend less time

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outside than those in Maine certainly not case in point is the median amount

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of time spent outdoors higher in Florida no clue we're not given any actual [Answer D with a big red cross through]

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numbers here so there's no way to calculate for the median which by the

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way is something most older Florida drivers have no problem driving over [old driver driving slow in Florida]

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grandparents there.. Okay, what about E are there more outliers in the Florida data well

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there might be but that's not something we know simply by being told the width [Box width of Florida students]

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of its box is bigger maybe it's just moving and needs to transport it's rock [Old man transporting a rock]

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collection well snap the answer here is C; there's more variation in the

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amount of time spent outdoors for those in Florida than for those in Maine. That's

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what the width of the box tells us that there's a larger spread in the data so

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C it is. If you want to know a real party state though, check out Iowa it's [Man on a DJ set at a club]

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amazing what a good time you can have in cornfield with just the right lighting [People partying with colorful lights in a cornfield]

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and music