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This histogram shows the percentage of the population that smokes tobacco for 123 countries.

Which one of the following values is the most reasonable estimate for the IQR?

1.  14
2.  21
3.  24
4.  48

Question 2

10 points

Here are three boxplots on an unlabeled number line.

Which boxplot has the following five-number summary?

• Min = 1
• Q1 = 5
• Q2 = 6.5
• Q3 = 9
• Max = 11
1.  Boxplot A
2.  Boxplot B
3.  Boxplot C

Question 3

10 points

This histogram shows the percentage of the population that smokes tobacco for 123 countries

Which one of the following boxplots represents the data displayed in the histogram?

1.  Boxplot A
2.  Boxplot B
3.  Boxplot C
4.  Boxplot D

Question 4

Type numbers in the boxes.

10 points

Below is the five-number summary for 136 hikers who recently completed the John Muir Trail (JMT). The variable is the amount of time to complete the 212-mile hike from Yosemite Valley across the high Sierras to the top of Mount Whitney.

Five-number summary:

• Minimum: 9 days
• Q1: 18 days
• Median: 21 days
• Q3: 28 days
• Maximum: 56 days

Which one of the known values is an outlier?

This histogram shows the percentage of the population that smokes

tobacco for 123 countries. Which one of the following values is the most reasonable estimate

for the IQR? 14 21 24 48 Question 2

10 points Here are three boxplots on an unlabeled number line. Which boxplot has the following five-number summary? Min = 1

Q1 = 5

Q2 = 6.5

Q3 = 9

Max = 11

Boxplot A Boxplot B Boxplot C Question 3

10 points This histogram shows the percentage of the population that smokes

tobacco for 123 countries Which one of the following boxplots represents the data displayed

in the histogram? Boxplot A Boxplot B Boxplot C Boxplot D Question 4

Type numbers in the boxes.

10 points Below is the five-number summary for 136 hikers who recently

completed the John Muir Trail (JMT). The variable is the amount of

time to complete the 212-mile hike from Yosemite Valley across the

high Sierras to the top of Mount Whitney.

Five-number summary: Minimum: 9 days

Q1: 18 days

Median: 21 days

Q3: 28 days

Maximum: 56 days Which one of the known values is an outlier?

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