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Intro Stats / AP Statistics

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In Exercises 9–12, use the range rule of thumb to identify (a) the values that are significantly low, (b) the values that are significantly high, and (c) the values that are neither significantly low nor significantly high

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Quiz grades Refer to Exercise 79. (a) Find and interpret the interquartile range ()12). (b) Determine whether there are any outliers. Show your work.


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