05-30-2008, 02:05 PM

I believe question 48 of 56 is wrong on the first section of the statistics flashcards...

Values - 42, 56, 74, 78, 79, 80, 82, 86, 88, 91, 91, 97

There are 12 values, which means the median would be the average of the 2 middle values - 81

The first quartile would then be the average of the 2 middle values in the first half - or 76.

IC answer - 80 for median, and then 74 for Q1.

if you look at the graphic, the 2 sides of the values are uneven.

Am I right?

Values - 42, 56, 74, 78, 79, 80, 82, 86, 88, 91, 91, 97

There are 12 values, which means the median would be the average of the 2 middle values - 81

The first quartile would then be the average of the 2 middle values in the first half - or 76.

IC answer - 80 for median, and then 74 for Q1.

if you look at the graphic, the 2 sides of the values are uneven.

Am I right?

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CLEP - Principles of Mgmt ; Freshman Comp (68)

DSST - Organizational Behavior (61); Principles of Supervision (66); Principles of Finance (71); Statistics (IP)

Retired IT Manager, Working again...

It's my dime, so testing all I can.

Pursuing Park University MIS degree

CLEP - Principles of Mgmt ; Freshman Comp (68)

DSST - Organizational Behavior (61); Principles of Supervision (66); Principles of Finance (71); Statistics (IP)