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Q: What is First Quartile in math terms?

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A quartile refers to one of four groups comprising 25% of the sample, each.

IQR = Inter Quartile RangeIQR = Inter Quartile RangeIQR = Inter Quartile RangeIQR = Inter Quartile Range

lower quartile(this is for math)

A quartile is a given section in a range of data. To find the quartile, you must first find the median. Then find the "median of the median", using these to separate your data into sections, giving you a total of four sections of data.

The interquartile range of a set of data is the difference between the upper quartile and lower quartile.

The first quartile, or the lower quartile, is the value such that a quarter of the observations are smaller and three quarters are larger.The third quartile, or the upper quartile, is the value such that three quarters of the observations are smaller and a quarter are larger.

You use the QUARTILE function. You specify the range of cells and which quartile you want. For the first quartile, you use 1. So if your range was the cells A2 to A20, you would enter the function like this: =QUARTILE(A2:A20,1)

the IQR is the third quartile minus the first quartile.

It means the bottom quarter, or bottom 25%

Quartiles in statistics are three values such that the lower quartile, second quartile (better known as the median) and upper quartile divide up the set of observations into four subsets with equal numbers in each subset.a quarter of the observations are smaller than the lower quartile,a quarter of the observations are between the lower quartile and the median,a quarter of the observations are between the median and the upper quartile, anda quarter of the observations are greater than the upper quartile,

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