Module 6 – Interquartile Range and Boxplots (8 of 10 discussion 1) – Mod 6 Group 4
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Here is a boxplot for a distribution of data.
- Calculate the IQR for the boxplot shown.
- Make up a data set (n = 10) that has the same minimum value, same median, and same maximum value, but a larger IQR than the boxplot shown. Describe your strategy.
- Make up another data set (n = 10) that has the same minimum value, same median, and same maximum value, but a smaller IQR than the boxplot shown. Describe your strategy.
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