Question

StatCrunch Project #1 Open “Cities”. Provide the following using Statcrunch: (in a pdf document)

mean PM10

median PM10

min PM10

max PM10

Q1 of PM10

Q3 of PM10

Standard deviation of PM10

Variance of PM10

PM10 stem & leaf plot

PM10 histogram

PM10 box plot

PM10 normal quantile plot (QQ plot)

Comparison box plots for REGION vs PM10

Scatterplot for Y vs MAX DEG F JAN

What is the coefficient of linear correlation? Q3 Q1

city | X | Y | State | Region | pop- m | POP | Max deg. F Jan | OZONE | CO | SO2 | NO | PM10 | Lead |

ALBANY | 0.28075 | 0.12726 | NY | N | 0.85 | 846 | 30 | 0.13 | 6 | 0.061 | 30 | 0.05 | |

ALBUQUERQUE | -0.15325 | -0.02943 | NM | W | 0.49 | 486 | 47 | 0.11 | 11 | 0.02 | 43 | 0.04 | |

ATLANTA | 0.1652 | -0.05151 | GA | S | 2.66 | 2657 | 51 | 0.17 | 8 | 0.052 | 0.03 | 46 | 0.05 |

ATLANTIC CITY | 0.2851 | 0.06908 | NJ | N | 0.3 | 303 | 41 | 0.15 | 0.025 | 0.04 | |||

BALTIMORE | 0.25673 | 0.0617 | MD | N | 2.3 | 2303 | 41 | 0.19 | 10 | 0.043 | 0.03 | 43 | 0.11 |

BOSTON | 0.31556 | 0.13072 | MA | N | 2.84 | 2842 | 36 | 0.17 | 7 | 0.057 | 0.03 | 38 | 0.07 |

BURLINGTON | 0.27994 | 0.15985 | VT | N | 0.13 | 127 | 25 | 0.1 | 4 | 0.027 | 0.02 | 23 | |

CHARLESTON | 0.2319 | 0.05912 | SC | S | 0.5 | 502 | 59 | 0.11 | 8 | 0.063 | 0.02 | 34 | 0.03 |

CHARLOTTE | 0.21194 | -0.01885 | NC | S | 1.09 | 1091 | 50 | 0.16 | 8 | 0.02 | 36 | 0.07 | |

CHEYENNE | -0.11735 | 0.07356 | WY | S | 0.08 | 76 | 37 | 19 | |||||

CHICAGO | 0.10625 | 0.08554 | IL | MW | 6.2 | 6199 | 29 | 0.22 | 7 | 0.044 | 0.03 | 47 | 0.14 |

CINCINNATI | 0.15238 | 0.04145 | OH | MW | 1.44 | 1438 | 37 | 0.17 | 5 | 0.061 | 0.03 | 45 | 0.18 |

CLEVELAND | 0.18372 | 0.08804 | OH | MW | 1.85 | 1851 | 33 | 0.14 | 7 | 0.069 | 0.03 | 57 | 1.09 |

DENVER | -0.12191 | 0.04958 | CO | W | 1.65 | 1645 | 43 | 0.12 | 16 | 0.025 | 0.04 | 45 | 0.08 |

DES MOINES | 0.02902 | 0.07626 | IA | MW | 0.39 | 385 | 27 | 0.06 | 5 | 40 | |||

DETROIT | 0.16432 | 0.09998 | MI | MW | 4.36 | 4362 | 31 | 0.16 | 8 | 0.056 | 0.02 | 52 | 0.24 |

DUBUQUE | 0.0664 | 0.09375 | IA | MW | 0.09 | 91 | 24 | 7 | 0.052 | 35 | |||

GALVESTON-T.C. | 0.01605 | -0.13907 | TEX | TX | 0.21 | 211 | 59 | 25 | 0.04 | ||||

HARRISBURG | 0.24979 | 0.07768 | PA | N | 0.58 | 584 | 37 | 0.14 | 6 | 0.031 | 0.02 | 34 | |

HARTFORD | 0.29779 | 0.11555 | CT | N | 0.75 | 748 | 34 | 0.19 | 10 | 0.076 | 0.02 | 30 | 0.07 |

HOUSTON | 0.00738 | -0.13123 | TEX | TX | 3.23 | 3228 | 62 | 0.22 | 8 | 0.053 | 0.03 | 32 | 0.09 |

HUNTINGTON | 0.18168 | 0.03321 | WV | S | 0.32 | 323 | 41 | 0.17 | 4 | 0.06 | 0.02 | 43 | 0.21 |

INDIANAPOLIS | 0.12906 | 0.05063 | IN | MW | 1.23 | 1229 | 34 | 0.14 | 6 | 0.056 | 0.02 | 41 | |

JACKSON | 0.08332 | -0.08443 | MS | S | 0.4 | 396 | 57 | 0.1 | 5 | 30 | 0.08 | ||

JACKSONVILLE | 0.21323 | -0.10538 | FL | S | 0.88 | 878 | 65 | 0.12 | 7 | 0.066 | 0.02 | 31 | 0.07 |

LOS ANGELES | -0.3196 | -0.01841 | CA | C | 8.51 | 8505 | 67 | 0.33 | 23 | 0.021 | 0.06 | 65 | 0.15 |

LOUISVILLE | 0.13718 | 0.02462 | KY | S | 0.97 | 967 | 41 | 0.18 | 6 | 0.05 | 0.02 | 45 | 0.09 |

MADISON | 0.08231 | 0.1047 | WI | MW | 0.35 | 347 | 25 | 0.1 | 4 | 0.019 | 23 | ||

MIAMI | 0.24805 | -0.17976 | FL | S | 1.79 | 1791 | 75 | 0.13 | 8 | 0.002 | 0.02 | 30 | 0.09 |

MILWAUKEE | 0.10114 | 0.10552 | WI | MW | 1.39 | 1389 | 26 | 0.19 | 6 | 0.042 | 0.03 | 36 | 0.13 |

MINNEAPOLIS | 0.03202 | 0.13561 | MN | MW | 2.34 | 2336 | 20 | 0.11 | 10 | 0.095 | 0.02 | 38 | 0.07 |

MOBILE | 0.11709 | -0.11014 | AL | S | 0.44 | 438 | 61 | 0.11 | 0.054 | 41 | |||

MONTGOMERY | 0.14009 | -0.07854 | AL | S | 0.3 | 297 | 57 | 0.11 | 23 | ||||

NASHVILLE | 0.12686 | -0.01323 | TN | S | 0.96 | 956 | 46 | 0.14 | 8 | 0.089 | 0.01 | 42 | 0.13 |

NEW ORLEANS | 0.08751 | -0.12527 | LA | S | 1.32 | 1321 | 62 | 0.12 | 7 | 0.015 | 0.02 | 37 | 0.1 |

NEW YORK | 0.28527 | 0.09575 | NY | N | 8.53 | 8529 | 37 | 0.18 | 14 | 0.083 | 0.04 | 56 | 0.21 |

NORFOLK | 0.26971 | 0.0207 | VA | S | 1.35 | 1346 | 48 | 0.13 | 8 | 0.025 | 0.02 | 33 | 0.1 |

OKLAHOMA CITY | -0.02363 | -0.03109 | OK | S | 0.98 | 975 | 47 | 0.11 | 7 | 0.041 | 0.03 | 28 | 0.1 |

OMAHA | -0.00118 | 0.07023 | NE | MW | 0.62 | 616 | 30 | 0.1 | 8 | 0.011 | 45 | ||

PHILADELPHIA | 0.27338 | 0.07706 | PA | N | 4.87 | 4866 | 39 | 0.2 | 8 | 0.068 | 0.04 | 47 | 0.44 |

PHOENIX | -0.2344 | -0.04667 | AZ | W | 1.96 | 1960 | 65 | 0.12 | 12 | 0.001 | 57 | ||

PORTLAND | -0.32554 | 0.19068 | ME | N | 0.21 | 210 | 44 | 0.17 | 5 | 0.044 | 25 | 0.09 | |

PORTLAND | 0.31948 | 0.15534 | OR | W | 1.17 | 1168 | 31 | 0.13 | 9 | 0.018 | 40 | 0.18 | |

RALEIGH | 0.24107 | -0.00412 | NC | S | 0.67 | 665 | 50 | 0.16 | 10 | 37 | |||

SALT LAKE CITY | -0.21028 | 0.079145 | UT | W | 1.06 | 1055 | 37 | 0.14 | 8 | 0.093 | 0.04 | 54 | 0.19 |

SAN FRANCISCO | -0.3597 | 0.05965 | CA | C | 1.59 | 1590 | 55 | 0.1 | 9 | 0.012 | 0.03 | 28 | 0.16 |

SEATTLE | -0.31159 | 0.2243 | WA | W | 1.8 | 1796 | 44 | 0.11 | 10 | 0.029 | 40 | 0.84 | |

SPOKANE | -0.25474 | 0.21052 | WA | W | 0.36 | 355 | 31 | 14 | 63 | ||||

ST. LOUIS | 0.07644 | 0.02633 | MO | MW | 2.46 | 2458 | 38 | 0.15 | 8 | 0.091 | 0.03 | 69 | 0.33 |

WASHINGTON | 0.2528 | 0.05388 | DC | S | 3.65 | 3646 | 43 | 0.18 | 16 | 0.053 | 0.03 | 35 | 0.05 |

WICHITA | -0.02047 | 0.0077 | KS | MW | 0.48 | 475 | 40 | 0.12 | 8 | 32 | 0.04 | ||

WILMINGTON | 0.26904 | 0.07246 | DE | N | 0.56 | 559 | 39 | 0.19 | 5 | 0.074 | 0.03 | 35 | 0.19 |

Answer #1

Descriptive Statistics: PM10

Statistics

Variable | N | N* | Mean | StDev | Variance | Minimum | Q1 | Median | Q3 | Maximum |

PM10 | 51 | 1 | 39.27 | 11.24 | 126.36 | 19.00 | 31.00 | 38.00 | 45.00 | 69.00 |

Stem and leaf plot

Stem-and-leaf of PM10 N = 51

1 | 1 | 9 |

8 | 2 | 3335588 |

(19) | 3 | 0000122344555667788 |

24 | 4 | 0001123335555677 |

8 | 5 | 24677 |

3 | 6 | 359 |

Leaf Unit = 1

N* = 1

**Histogram**

Box plot

QQ plot

Comparison box plots for REGION vs PM10

Scatter plot

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