Question

- List the numbers here, separated by commas.
96, 80, 91, 83, 40, 98, 86, 91, 72, 60

- Calculate the mean, median and mode, showing all your work in step-by-step fashion. Do not use technology for this.
- Based on your calculations in question 2 above, what can you determine about the shape of the distribution? How do you know this?
- Calculate the population standard deviation of the data set, again showing all your work in step-by-step fashion. Do not use technology.
- Identify any outliers in the data set and explain how you are able to determine this.
- What is the range of the middle 50% of the data in the data set above?

Answer #1

n=40 samples of IQ
85, 94, 97, 86, 86, 107, 91, 99, 115, 50, 93, 98, 100, 94, 73,
76, 72, 76, 95, 89, 96, 108, 74, 72, 90, 100, 91, 98, 91, 85, 97,
91, 78, 82, 93, 89, 94, 88, 83, 76
1) Construct a histogram of the IQ data from your sample.
Describe the shape of the histogram and write a sentence or two
detailing what the histogram seems to tell you.

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Quantitative Neither
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--------- Discrete
Continuous Neither
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--------- Nominal Ordinal
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basic memory retention
basal metabolic rate
bregmatic myofascial release
none of these
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none of these
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all of these
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