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In the year 2023, Gabriella Rodriguez is a leading midwife. Gabriella is researching the number of babies delivered each week and develops the following stem-and-leaf.

2 | 0122334455789

3 | 128

4 | 8

**a)** What is the range?

**b)** What is the mean?

**c)** Construct a 5 number summary box-and-whisker
plot (label the values on your plot). What type of shape is the
data (symmetric, positively skewed or negatively skewed)? Describe
why based on the box-and-whisker plot?

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Q66 The accompanying box-and-whisker plot represents the number
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skewed? If so, is it positively skewed or negatively skewed? [4
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State
Premature
Percent
State
Premature
Percent
State
Premature
Percent
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Kentucky
10.4
North Dakota
8.1
Alaska
8.2
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12.0
Ohio
10.0
Arizona
8.7
Maine
8.1
Oklahoma
10.0
Arkansas
9.7
Maryland
9.8
Oregon
7.4
California
8.0
Massachusetts
8.3
Pennsylvania
9.1
Colorado
8.1
Michigan
9.5
Rhode Island
8.3
Connecticut
8.9
Minnesota
8.4
South Carolina
10.5
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