Question

Cork price: 16 10 15 10 17 11 14 13 11 14 11 16 18 16 10 17 14 14 16 7 10 12 19 15 16 14 9 12 21 13 10 16 12 16 13 17 17 13 14 18 11 12 15 16 13 18 16 17 12 12 14 9 11 14 19 13 11 17 11 13 15 14 18 18 18 12 10 11 13 14 11 14 18 13 13 19 17 14 17 17 18 19 21 12 15 16 15 10 10 17 12 14 16 12 13 17 17 13 15 12 14 16 15 15 15 12 18 13 12 15 10 13 11 16 14 10 15 14 15 12 16 11 17 16 10 15 11 19 15 20

Metal price: 13 12 16 5 7 8 6 10 11 9 6 16 15 15 9 17 6 10 11 7 8 11 22 21 11 6 11 10 17 12 13 11 16 18 12 11 11 8 8 18 5 5 9 10 9 14 8 9 8 7 6 12 12 15 19 4 6 15 9 5 15 9 8 6 7 5 12 4 16 15 6 11 17 7 5 16 13 12 17 17 9 19 19 2 15 5 13 7 11 15 14 9 10 11 6 19 19 10 7 9 10 18 15 16 8 11 13 14 11 7 7 5 7 15 13 6 17 12 12 15 9 13 21 17 5 17 12 14 14 13

QUESTION: FIRST QUARTILE OF THE CORK PRICE , SECOND QUARTILE OF THE CORK PRICE, THIRTH QUARTILE OF THE CORK PRICE, INTERQUARTILE RANGE OF THE CORK PRICE

Answer #1

Cork Price

Total 130 Observations

**Question:**

**First Quartile of the Cork Price:**

First Data arrange in Ascending order.

Then we find out Quartile..

Q_{k} = size of {k * (n+1)/4}^{th} item.

Q_{1} = size of {1 * (130+1)/4}^{th} item.

Q_{1} = size of {32.75}^{th} item.

Q_{1} = size of {32}^{th} item + 0.75 * (size of
33^{th} item - size of 32^{th} item)

Q_{1} = 12 + 0.75 * (12 - 12)

**Q _{1} = 12**

**Second Quartile = Median**

**Q**_{2}= Median = Average of Two Middle
values of Ordered data

Here, Middle values are:14 & 14

So, Q_{2} = (14+14) / 2 = 14

**Third Quartile (Q _{3}):**

Q_{k} = size of {k * (n+1)/4}^{th} item.

Q_{3} = size of {3 * (130+1)/4}^{th} item.

Q_{3} = size of {98.25}^{th} item.

Q_{3} = size of {98}^{th} item + 0.25 * (size of
99^{th} item - size of 98^{th} item)

Q_{3} = 16 + 0.25 * (16 - 16)

**Q _{3}**=

Inter Quartile Range of the Cork Price = Q_{3} -
Q_{1}

Inter Quartile Range of the Cork Price = 16 - 12

**Inter Quartile Range of the Cork Price = 4**

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14
27
13
14
15
14
11
13
21
11
25
26
29
a)
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b)
Determine the interquartile range for this data.
a)
The first quartile is
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the second quartile is
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Answer using excel.
Employees
14
17
17
6
8
17
21
16
6
17
11
17
15
16
20
19
6
12
17
22
20
17
11
11
9
22
17
18
21
20
26
7
16
19
18
11
21
17
25
16
22
14
14
16
18
20
21
11
19
13
6
11
19
14
18
31
13
15
17
21...

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Blue
Orange
Green
Yellow
Red
Brown
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1
7
23
9
11
4
6
60
2
16
16
4
7
9
4
56
3
14
14
3
10
5
11
57
4
13
14
7
8
8
6
56
5
18
12
7
10
5
7
59
6
12
9
11
9
8
8
57
7
15
16
6
6
6
8
57
8
15
17
8
4
6
7
57
9
12
14
10
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24,
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37,
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25,
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24
18
20
21
18
16
20
23
17
15
13
19
23
24
20
16
26
21
24
15
22
16
12
20
23
19
26
20
25
21
19
21
25
23
26
21
19
20
14
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