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An outlier will have a huge affect on the range as the range is the largest value minus the smallest value.

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Does an outlier have a greater effect on the standard deviation or interquartile range?

On the standard deviation. It has no effect on the IQR.


What is an example of a outlier range?

1,2,3,4,20 20 is the outlier range


How do you determine how the outlier affects the mean median mode and range?

Calculate the mean, median, and range with the outlier, and then again without the outlier. Then find the difference. Mode will be unaffected by an outlier.


How does the outlier effect the mean in math?

The outlier could affect the mean by making it drastically larger or smaller.


Explain the difference between the range and the outlier?

Range is the largest minus the smallest value in the data set. An outlier is a value that is far away from the majority of the data.


If you take off the outlier does it make the mean change?

Yes, it will. An outlier is a data point that lies outside the normal range of data. This means that if it is factored in the mean will move in the direction the outlier is, really high if the outlier was high, and really low if the outlier was low.


If an outlier is included with a sample of 50 values all of which are the same what is the effect of the outlier on the mean?

By definition, an outlier will not have the same value as other data points in the dataset. So, the correct question is "What is the effect of an outlier on a dataset's mean." The answer is that the outlier moves the mean away from the value of the other 49 identical values. If the outlier is the "high tail" the mean is moved to a higher value. If the outlier is a "low tail" the mean is moved to a lower value.


What is an outlier when finding the median?

an outlier can be found with this formula... Q3-Q1= IQR( inner quartile range) IQR*1.5=x x+Q3= anything higher than this # is an outlier Q1-x= anything smaller than this # is an outlier


Given the following data 164 175 126 135 159 143 55 what effect will the outlier have on the median of the data if the outlier is excluded?

If the outlier is excluded the median of the data will be higher.


What is the value of a data set most likely to be affected by an outlier?

The range.


How does an outlier affect the range of a data set?

An outlier can make the range go up.Example:say you have the numbers. 2,5,4,1,7,and 18.in order from least to greatest: 1,2,4,5,7,18range is the greatest number - the littlest number.so in this case it is 18-1 which equals 17say if there was no outlier and the highest number was 7it would be 7-1 which is 6 and it makes the outlier smaller....


In 64 65 62 69 59 23 61 67 which is the outlier and the effect it has on the mean?

the outlier is 23 and it made it decrease

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